TV opportunity for custom boat builders...

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  1. CastingDirector
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    Custom Boat Builder - TV Opportunity

    Hey Boat Designers and Builders,

    I am a Casting Director working for a major cable network. I am looking for Talent. The show is about boat builders/designers who can build and customize anything.

    If there are builders or restorers who can work and modify and customize any boat put in front of them as well as build a boat from scratch. I would love to hear from you.

    This could be an amazing and unique opportunity for the right crew. Ideal candidates will have television personalities with the ability to talk about you, your skills, boats, construction process etc. In a fun and engaging way.

    This could also be a great opportunity for a build/design crew who have great personality and skill, but just have not been able to start their own shop.

    You can come from any boat building background. Most important is someone who guys, and builders in the US would enjoy watching run a shop and build cool and unique boats.

    If this is you or someone you know you have two options.
    1. email me at the casting email boatbuildercasting@gmail.com
    2. Go to my website and apply online http://www.saffordproductions.net

    If you send me an email I need Name, Contact Info, Photos of things you have build or modified. Where you are located in the US. (Sorry for those outside the US, but I think they want US Boat Builders only)

    Thanks for reading and passing along to your friends.
    Casting
     
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  2. nimblemotors
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    I'm sure they are looking for the next 'American Chopper'...

    [​IMG]
     
  3. kerosene
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    Why the repost?
     
  4. dskira

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    Casting Director
    From you other thread working to a TV company you become a casting director in one day. Congratulation for your fast promotion
    Laura tell you to get your f.....g flimsy promotion of yourself elsewhere.
     
  5. dskira

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    Kerosene this casting spamer want something. Probably more green than curves:p
     
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    < two threads merged and moved from the main boat design forum to all things boats and boating >
     
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    Hi this is one of my many design boats I built called Myark, you can see a link below on a movie made on a remote lake in NZ.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDfSuAtiVkQ
     

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    myark - Very cool video and pontoon design.
     
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    The ideal situation would have the boats built in the shop of our main talent. If you don't have a shop, I think production would have to find one for the show. It would be helpful if the person selected knew what they wanted and where to find a shop.
     
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    Sorry about the double post. Didn't mean to spam. I just wanted to get the contact information out there so that you all could pass it around to anyone that might not be on the boards.

    Please feel free to reach out to me at the boatbuildercasting@gmail.com email and I would call or email you back asap.

    Thank,

    CD
     
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    The Myark cat tows open or shut saving shed space when folded also on travels, goods are kept inside a large suitcase.
     

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    an early proto type that loved surfing
     

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    I am very fond of your design, myark.
     
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    Thanks hoytedow
     

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    Myark

    Myark donates folding barge to poor in Senegal “Africa”
    The barge folds into 4 so it can be loaded on the back of a Toyota utility
     

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