Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Attention San Diego: HGTV is Now Casting Two Huge Shows!


HGTV is currently searching for design professionals for two exciting shows! 

They are casting the second season of Brother vs. Brother, HGTV's hit new competition series featuring The Property Brothers, as well as a brand new HGTV Renovation Competition Series. They are holding an open casting call in San Diego on Sunday, October 6th

Do you have what it takes to join Team Jonathan or Team Drew and battle it out for a $50,000 cash prize? Do you have an eye for renovation as well as the hands-on skills and real estate know-how to impress The Property Brothers? 

For Brother vs. Brother we’re looking for: Passionate, charismatic individuals who have major hands-on skills, an eye for renovation and real estate know-how. (Contractors, carpenters, Interior designers, architects, real estate professionals, artists and those with design expertise).

For the New Renovation Competition Series we’re looking for: Dynamic friends, couples or family members with big dreams and a love for renovation and design.  Do you love to flip, renovate and design homes with your brother, mother, spouse or friend? (Handy teams of two who think they have a superior eye for design. Although home renovation experience is a plus, it is not required). Do you want the chance to win a minimum of  $50,000?
YOU CAN APPLY TO ONE OR BOTH OF THESE SHOWS BY ATTENDING OUR OPEN CASTING CALL!

When: Sunday, October 6th from 10AM to 1PM
Where: The Westin San Diego, 400 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101
For more info visit: www.castinghgtvshows.com

For more information and details on what to bring to our casting call please e-mail us at 
HGTVDUOS@JENSCASTING.COM or BROTHERVSBROTHER@JENSCASTING.COM. 
If you can’t attend an open call, you can still apply by going to WWW.CASTINGHGTVSHOWS.COM by October 13th, 2013. 

All applicants must be at least eighteen (18) years of age (or the age of majority in their state of residence) at the time of application. 
All applicants must be United States citizens or resident aliens living in the United States with a legal right to live and work in the United States. 

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