A&E's Barry'd Treasure to Feature Arizona Real Estate Mogul Michael Pollack

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Commercial real estate mogul Michael A. Pollack is a pretty recognizable figure in the Phoenix area. In his 40-plus-year career, his business, Pollack Real Estate Investments, has acquired, managed, and sold more than 12 million square feet of commercial projects throughout Arizona, Nevada, and California.

Now the local celebrity is taking his household name to network television for an episode of A&E's new show Barry'd Treasure.

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Hosted by Storage Wars star Barry Weiss, Barry'd Treasure is a limited spin-off series that follows Weiss across the country as he searches for rare and unusual collectibles.

The show, which debuted on March 18, will feature a stop in Arizona as Weiss helps Pollack find his next big-ticket treasure item and shows off some of the developer's established collections of Frank Polk slot machines, Baranger displays, and the largest 3D advertising museum in the world.

The episode, entitled "The Unbearable Enlightenment of Barry," airs Tuesday, April 22, at 10 p.m. on A&E. For more on the Barry'd Treasure, visit aetv.com and for a closer look at Pollack's assortment of unusual collections visit pollackmuseum.com. This post has been edited from its original version.

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