Billboards advertising the new Welcome to Wrexham documentary have been spotted in two of America's biggest cities.

Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney's documentary is set to be aired later this month and in the run-up to the release on August 24, the Reds have had some Hollywood adverts placed in the states. 

A huge billboard can be seen right outside LAX airport, as noticed by former Match of the Day presenter, Jon Champion. 

He said: "Proof that ⁦Wrexham AFC⁩ are turning heads in Hollywood. This is the 1st thing you see - apart from traffic - when you emerge from LAX."

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It isn't only Los Angeles, where Wrexham have caught the eye. 

Peter Moore, who took on an advisory role with the club shortly after Rob and Ryan took over, posted this picture of an advert of the documentary on a New York taxi. 

The trailer for Welcome to Wrexham was launched last month and gave viewers an insight into the Hollywood Reds since the pair took over. 

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On releasing the trailer Rob McElhenney said: "I fell in love with a sport, a town and a movie star. I couldn't help it."

The Reds get their National League campaign underway tomorrow when they host Eastleigh at the Racecourse. 

Phil Parkinson's side are clear favourites for the title, which would see Wrexham end a 15-year exodus from the Football League. 

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