Truckers needed for TV show…especially if you can sing

Tapestry International Productions is looking for truckers…but not for hauling freight. They are looking for truckers to participate in a new travel series called Stories From the Road: The Trucker’s Guide To America.

According to an email we received, they are especially looking for truckers who sing. If you can carry a tune and handle a big rig, this might be your chance for stardom.

Here’s the request we received from Karen Carlson at Tapestry International Productions. You can contact her at the email address below.

Dear Truckers,

Do you have a passion for the open road, America and sharing your travel stories with others? Could you see yourself hosting a travel series from the driver’s wheel of your truck?

Tapestry International Productions is an Emmy and Oscar winning television production company that specializes in family-friendly programming for channels like The Discovery Channel, TLC and TBS. We are currently developing a travel series entitled: STORIES FROM THE ROAD: THE TRUCKER’S GUIDE TO AMERICA and are look for a host (or hosts) to take us along for the ride. We are looking for a sincere, articulate trucker between the ages of 30 and 55 who loves America and can take us to some of the country’s most beautiful places. This is a paid position.

If you are interested, please contact Karen Carlson at kcarlson@tapestry.tv. Include information about why you think you’d make a good travel guide as well as a photo of you AND your truck (remember, your truck is a big part of the series). Please feel free to ask questions.

Thanks,
Karen

SPECIFICALLY LOOKING FOR TRUCKERS WHO CAN SING

Source: Tapestry International Productions


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