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Wednesday, Oct 10 2012 11:22 AM

Kelcy's is backdrop for Chevy commercial

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Kelcey's Cafe and adjacent businesses along West Tehachapi Boulevard provided a backdrop for filming a 2013 Chevy car commercial Sunday evening.

The commercial will air during the upcoming World Series, which begins on Wednesday, October 24, 2012, and ends Thursday, November 1, 2012.

Earlier in the day filming took place along Highline and Red Apple roads and in front of the Lehigh Southwest cement plant at Monolith.

Producer Johnny Parker of Stockholm-based Acne Productions out of Venice (yes Acne), said he chose Tehachapi for its “small town look”.

Acne has also shot commercials for Jaguar, Suzuki and Toyota.

For the filming, the company hired several locals as extras and used local catering for feeding a cast and crew of nearly 100, which stayed in Tehachapi hotels during the three-day shoot.

CLAUDIA ELLIOTT and MATTHEW MARTZ of The Tehcachapi News and NICK SMIRNOFF contributed to this story

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