Recently we received the following announcement for families in Vancouver because we own a Subaru Forester and are on a dealership’s mailing list. Note that children in the family who attend must be at least 8 years old and older.
NOTICE FROM JIGSAW CASTING LTD.:
Jigsaw Casting Ltd. Is Seeking a Fun Family For an Upcoming Road Rally Campaign!
We are looking for a Vancouver based family to participate in a fun and safe road rally featuring the 2014 Subaru Forester! The chosen family will participate in training in the morning and have their new skills filmed on a specifically designed course!
About the Role
Vancouver Family- Looking for a real Vancouver based family of at least 3 to participate in Subaru’s ‘Forester Family Rally’! Children must be 8 years of age and older. Pay is approximately $ 1,000 per family member if selected.
Details & Submission Information
If interested, you must submit the following to: firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Your names, ages and brief bio
2. Tell us in a video submission why you and your family should be chosen to participate in this fun campaign! Your video should be 2-5 minutes max. and include all participants.
3. Your primary and secondary contact information
4. Please write ‘PROJECT SUBARU’ in subject line of e-mail, along with your name, location and age. (E.G. “Project Subaru- John Smith – Vancouver – age 40″)
Submissions are due by: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH 2013
You must be available for these key dates:
ROAD RALLY FILM DATE: Saturday, March 2nd or Sunday, March 3rd
** The rally is to be held approximately 1hour from Vancouver (TBD)
Questions or Concerns
*If you have already submitted for this project, you do not need to resubmit your information
*You must be a Canadian Citizen to participate
PLEASE JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP FOR FUTURE CASTING CALLS:
Casting Researcher Sylvia Lee has sent information to BCFamily.ca about a Lower Mainland casting call for TV show Buying and Selling with the Property Brothers.
If you are planning to sell your detached home and are open to being filmed for a TV show, you can send your contact details using the information included below.
If you’re not preparing to sell your home, consider sharing a link to this page on Social Media. You never know – one of your friends or colleagues might be a perfect fit.
Here’s the scoop from Sylvia:
My name is Sylvia and I’m currently casting in the greater Vancouver area for a new TV show called ‘Buying and Selling’ with the Property Brothers. We are looking for families who are selling their home. We want to find properties that may benefit from a FREE staging and makeover, and the idea is to help them speed up the sale and increase it’s market value. This is completely free and we aim to film in the spring and summer of 2013.
We are casting families who are currently residing in the home they want to sell. If you have a detached home that is over 2,000 sq ft then please see our casting notice below and contact us for more information.
Recently, two organizations contacted us about the programmes they are running. Here’s the scoop!
The Bicycle Factory
Do you remember how excited you were when you received your first bike? Imagine if that bike was the difference between you having to walk a very long distance to school, versus a relatively short distance by bicycle. Imagine how much more you would have LOVED to have that bike. Then imagine if it also made it much easier to pick up the heavy load of water that you regularly helped to deliver to your home.
Recently we heard from the Bicycle Factory about their project to make bikes for communities in Africa. Did you know that June is biking month? It’s the perfect time to check out their work and the contributions. Bikes are not simply forms of recreation, but also provide an important means of transportation and support for families.
The Bicycle Factory hopes to deliver 5,000 bikes to Ghana this year. In the previous two years they made almost 9,332 bikes! To support their mission look for the Bicycle Factory product code located under the bar code of any Cadbury product. Go to their website to fill in the information. While you are there you will also be able to enter for a trip to Africa! (Contest ends July 31, 2011) For students, this is the perfect opportunity that is both accessible and rewarding. Even if they aren’t eating Cadbury products themselves, they can easily find people who are and ask them to donate their product codes. If you support Fair Trade chocolate and tense up when you see the name Cadbury, you’ll want to check out their Cocoa Partnership programme information below.
One bar code equals one virtual bike part, and 100 parts results in the building of one bike. Fair Trade Dairy Milk codes are equal to two parts. Pretty exciting hey?
The UBC Pediatric Audiology Lab wrote to say that they are conducting research on hearing in infants who are younger than 20 months old. They are currently recruiting children who are this age and who have normal hearing to participate in our hearing studies. Results from these studies will help fill in the gaps of what is known about how babies hear and also may help to improve current clinical methods of testing hearing in young infants. They asked that we share the following message:
The UBC Pediatric Audiology Lab (PAL) is doing a study on hearing in infants under 20 months old. Hearing screening results are shared with the parents and an honorarium is provided. Results from this study may improve current clinical methods and help with early diagnosis of hearing loss in infants. Please contact us email@example.com to schedule a visit or for more details.
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