Saturday, March 28, 2009

Families Needed for NBC Reality Show

baystateparent received the following release. Thought it would be fun for families!

- Casting now for outgoing families with at least 2 kids ages 10 - 16 to participate in the road trip of a lifetime! -

March 27, 2009-- Boston, MA-- Are you an outgoing and fun family with at least 2 kids between the ages of 10 and 16? Boston Casting is looking for New England's most extroverted families for NBC's new reality show THE GREAT AMERICAN ROAD TRIP.

What type of family are you?
We're looking for The Ultimate Red Sox/Patriots/Celtics/Bruins Fans, The Loudest Family, The Clean Freaks, The Brainiacs, The Trekkie Family, The Real Life Griswalds, The Cheap Family, The Musical Family, or any other type of Fun Family!

Interested families must be available early May to late June 2009. Families who are chosen will receive $2000 per week plus per diem and the potential for a Grand Prize!

To be considered for THE GREAT AMERICAN ROAD TRIP, e-mail the following information to
· Names
· Contact phone number and city where you reside
· Picture of your family
· Ages of your family members
· Brief explanation of why your family should be on the show

Submissions being accepted now! For more information, contact Boston Casting at 617-254-1001, x3 or visit

Media Contact: Julie Arvedon, Boston Casting
617-254-1001, x110

Established in 1991, Boston Casting has since become the premiere casting company in New England, having worked with directors such as Errol Morris, The Farrelly Brothers, David Mamet and Rob Reiner. With over 3,000 square feet of office and studio space, Boston Casting is the largest casting company in New England. Boston Casting specializes in casting feature films, commercials and reality television shows, for principal roles as well as extras. With over 30,000 actors on file, including children, special ability actors and those seeking reality television fame, Boston Casting proves to be a versatile and resourceful company that continues to excel at arranging the perfect ensembles.


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