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Casting Call: Hasbro Family Game Night

Jun 15, 2010

The biggest name in family games, Hasbro, is looking for families to compete in a new TV game show called Family Game Night. If your family likes to play Scrabble, Boggle and Guesstures, this may be the casting call for you!


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Hasbro is looking for parents and kids to audition to compete for the new game show, where you can win cash, prizes and/or a dram vacation package. Each family must have at least two parents and two children ages 8-15. Plus, you should all be physically fit so you can play this exciting, intense and interactive game and live within or near the Los Angeles area.


To Apply:
Send the following information to gamenightcasting@gmail.com:

    1. Names and ages of all family members
    2. City and state in which you live
    3. Phone number
    4. Attach a few photos of your family

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