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The company also have an impeccable business reputation in the marine industry both with customers and vendors, almost a cult following.
Junaid Jamshed started his career at a very young age with his musical band, Vital Signs, that in no time created a cult following for itself, and gave the Pakistani music industry back-to-back musical hits, which even today are irreplaceable.
Although she has made quite a name for herself in her native Australia, Sarah Blasko has only managed to attract a cult following in the UK, which is a shame as her beautifully-crafted songs deserve a global audience.
THE 'Ginger Pele' built up a cult following for club and country but Gary Doherty admits being embarrassed by the nickname.
20pm Over the past couple of years The Americans has attracted a cult following on this side of the Pond, and there's a good chance these final two episodes will leave fans perched on the edge of their seats.
For Lindsay House - which is currently in the process of being flattened - once housed a tiny cinema which built up a cult following on Teesside.
Webster, who has a slew of credits, including The Stand-Up Show and The 11 O' ' Clock Show, now boasts a large cult following round the country.
LAUNCHED in 2011, the Edible Garden Show is returning to Stoneleigh Park next month for its third instalment, having drawn a cult following.
It's since achieved a cult following of development communities and companies who are now experiencing the results of gamification in the workplace.
While not always attracting the best response from the critics, the Police Academy movies have gained a cult following.
The Inbetweeners E4, 10pm Skins may have acquired a cult following among Britain's younger viewers, but adults watching it may get the impression that teenagers today lead cooler, more dramatic lives than they did.
The award-winning comic has achieved a cult following both online and in its weekly appearances in newspapers and magazines.