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New TV show sounds casting call for bachelors

Are there any bachelors in the Fayette and Coweta areas looking for a little exposure? If so, a new television show by production company Endemol USA might be right up your alley. The company has announced a casting call for “the perfect eligible bachelor from the perfect small town.”

Endemol representative Jessica Altman said the company is teaming up with a major broadcasting network for the new relationship show featuring the nation’s most eligible bachelors.

The idea for the new show calls for identifying eligible bachelors from small towns who have everything in life, except the woman of their dreams, Altman said.

“We are looking for the perfect bachelor from the perfect small town. Bachelors should be attractive, charming, successful and appear to be between the ages of 28-35,” said Altman.

 Okay guys, if that’s you here is what you do. Email your name, age, occupation, contact numbers and email address, two or more recent photos of yourself and a brief bio about you and what you are looking for in a partner to JessicaDAltman@gmail.com

Endemol USA has produced other shows such as “Extreme Makeover,” “Big Brother” and “Deal or No Deal.”

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