Crews from TLC and the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) will be in Salt Lake City Sept. 14-16 to cast a new reality TV show involving two well-known Utah food companies.
In each episode, "outgoing, opinionated and creative consumers" will be given the chance, to help either Mrs. Fields Cookies or TCBY Frozen Yogurt, companies that have been struggling in the current economy, explained Scott Goldstein, casting director.
"The show is extremely positive and allows the average everyday customer a chance to work with and help reconfigure one of their favorite companies," he said in announcing the casting call.
Participants must at least 18 years old; be passionate about one of the Utah-based companies; and be creative enough to come up with ways to improve the brand. There is pay involved if chosen for the show.
To apply, email your name, age, occupation and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, include which brand — Mrs. Fields or TCBY —that you would like to help and what changes you would make if you were the boss.
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