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Trucking couples wanted for new television documentary

The television documentary, which will be broadcast on a “high profile cable network,” will follow the drivers and show how they navigate their jobs on the road as well as their relationship.

The Trucker News Services

12/19/2013

A major production company that has worked for prominent reality shows like “American Idol,” is looking for team drivers to include in a television documentary.

The television documentary, which will be broadcast on a “high profile cable network,” will follow the drivers and show how they navigate their jobs on the road as well as their relationship.

Below are details of what the casting company is looking for in the drivers they’ll follow:

“Do you work together to make sure your load arrives on time and in one piece? Do the challenges on the open road test the strength of your relationship? Are you one of those lucky truckers who gets to spend hours on the open road with the person you love?

We are searching for all types of couples (married or dating; young or old; all ethnicities / sexual orientations) who will show us the reality of life when partnered on the great American road! No matter how long you've been together, as long as you’re with your significant other and on the road, we want to hear from you!

Please submit the following to TruckerCouplesCasting@gmail.com

1.    Name

2.    Contact Info (Phone and Email)

3.    Home Location

4.    Recent photos of you and your partner

5.    A brief paragraph describing yourself, your partner and life on the road (routes driven, time spent away from home, common challenges, etc.)

**Once you submit your information, a casting producer may contact you with more information (production company, casting process, etc.)**”

The Trucker will be reporting on this endeavor, so if you are chosen to be a part of this project, keep our staff posted by emailing editor@thetrucker.com.

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