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    Casting a television show that may interest some of you all here....

    Hello!

    My name is Greg Feltes. I'm a casting associate for a reality television production company.. We are looking for fun and interesting people in Mississippi and Louisiana who know or are at least familiar with swamps. Please read the below and let me know if you think you are a fit at all and have any interest. At the very least, it might be an interesting life experience.

    Are you knowledgeable about the South, a dedicated swamp enthusiast, or even a professional or aspiring relic hunter?

    Casting producers are heading down south in search of characters to add to an already successful television series. It doesn’t matter how much experience you have with relic hunting, as long as you have unique skills and personality to bring to the show! Whoever you are, you must be outgoing, tough as nails, and ready to get dirty searching for relics.

    If this is you or sounds like someone you know, please email me at greg.feltes@gmail.com with a little bit about yourself. Producers will be in Mississippi and Louisiana and the surrounding areas at the end of April.

    --
    Greg Feltes
    Casting Associate
    TGroup Productions
    (310) 829-9990 ext. 347
    greg.feltes@gmail.com

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    I enjoy Swamp Hunters, but you really don't believe relic hunters
    find Tommy guns in the swamp that look like museum Pieces,
    and that Pawn shops & antique dealers pay hundreds & thousands for dug relics do you ?

    someone is definitely pulling someones Leg

    Just Remember !

    Your talking to real Relic & treasure hunters here.

    Not Posers.

    We know what "Dug" Relics look like
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg.feltes View Post
    Hello!

    My name is Greg Feltes. I'm a casting associate for a reality television production company.. We are looking for fun and interesting people in Mississippi and Louisiana who know or are at least familiar with swamps. Please read the below and let me know if you think you are a fit at all and have any interest. At the very least, it might be an interesting life experience.

    Are you knowledgeable about the South, a dedicated swamp enthusiast, or even a professional or aspiring relic hunter?

    Casting producers are heading down south in search of characters to add to an already successful television series. It doesn’t matter how much experience you have with relic hunting, as long as you have unique skills and personality to bring to the show! Whoever you are, you must be outgoing, tough as nails, and ready to get dirty searching for relics.

    If this is you or sounds like someone you know, please email me at greg.feltes@gmail.com with a little bit about yourself. Producers will be in Mississippi and Louisiana and the surrounding areas at the end of April.

    --
    Greg Feltes
    Casting Associate
    TGroup Productions
    (310) 829-9990 ext. 347
    greg.feltes@gmail.com
    Hi Greg! Please, crawl back under the rock you just popped out from. Why not just go into the pornography business. It's more honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    Hi Greg! Please, crawl back under the rock you just popped out from. Why not just go into the pornography business. It's more honest.
    Had a big giggle with jab!

 

 

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