Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Planet Green Recruiting Homeowners

Planet Green, the first and only 24-hour eco-lifestyle television network, is currently recruiting homeowners in the tri-state area who are interested in "going green" to appear on their home makeover show, Wa$ted.

Since the BoogieDown is generally considered the greenest borough, we figured a bunch of our readers may be interested in learning about this opportunity.

Here's some info regarding the show and the casting call:

Wa$ted is in its 2nd season for Discovery’s Planet Green. The goal of the show is to teach people to be less wasteful and to be more green. Our host, Annabelle Gurwitch, along with her sidekick, Holter Graham, want to show people how easy and fun it can be to save the environment and save money. We want to show that through some simple changes to your house and your lifestyle you can reduce your carbon footprint and save money without sacrificing your luxury and comfort. The eco-makeover will involve lifestyle tips, cool gadgets and products, and superficial changes to the home. And the best part – we help you save MONEY! With the potential to WIN money based on your success. Wa$ted focuses on a spectrum of environmental issues within households from their waste, energy, water and transportation consumption. With the help of our green experts we narrow in on certain problems facing each family that are both hurting the environment and the homeowner's bank account. Each episode offers dozens of customized, unconventional solutions in the form of appliances, gadgets and easy-to-maintain tips and tricks on how to best shrink ecological footprints, conserve energy and produce less trash, which in turn saves the homeowners (and viewers) some serious cash, both upfront and over the years.

Requirements are that you must own home or apartment and you must live within 2 hours of NYC. Shooting is 2 days – with some additional time over the course of the month.

For more info, contact Joey Lucas, Casting Associate Producer, at 212-206-8633 ext. 3852.

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