Single men can lure reality TV show to town
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.