Sin­gle men can lure re­al­ity TV show to town

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

WHIT­SUN­DAYS Mar­ket­ing and De­vel­op­ment Limited (WMDL) is on the hunt for sin­gle men.

Chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Da­nial Rochford said WMDL was look­ing for el­i­gi­ble bach­e­lors for a new tele­vi­sion show sim­i­lar to Farmer Wants a Wife.

The se­ries, When Love Comes to Town, pro­duced by South­ern Star En­ter­tain­ment and com­mis­sioned by the Nine Net­work, will fea­ture 12 sin­gle city girls who are head­ing to the fur­thest cor­ners of Aus­tralia in or­der to find ‘the one’.

The girls will meet the two most el­i­gi­ble bach­e­lors in sev­eral towns around the coun­try, dat­ing the guys and learn­ing about their lives, pas­sions and the unique con­nec­tion they have with their lo­cal com­mu­nity.

They will meet the bach­e­lors’ friends and fam­i­lies and spend some time learn­ing about what could be their new home.

Ul­ti­mately, they must de­cide whether to stay in the town and pur­sue a re­la­tion­ship, or try to find love in the next town.

The show will air in 2014 and its scouts are cur­rently search­ing the coun­try for men aged be­tween 25-39, who gen­uinely want to find love.

Mr Rochford said this was a prime time TV show with each town to have its own fea­ture episode.

“Whether you’re a sin­gle bloke who works in the lo­cal mines – you might be a me­chanic, you might work on a boat – if you live in the Whit­sun­days and are look­ing for love, I en­cour­age you to reg­is­ter,” he said.

The show is a feel-good re­al­ity ro­mance se­ries. It is not a com­pe­ti­tion and there is no prize money.

For de­tails, con­tact WMDL on 4948 5900, or reg­is­ter at www.whenlove­comesto­town.com.au.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.