NOTE: This is an outdated post from 2011, the casting call is long since over. We hate the idea of deleting any articles from the blog since even old posts are sometimes of value, but please be aware that this is here for archival purposes only!
I was just approached with a casting call opportunity that may be a great fit for many of you in the Trek Light audience. Here are the details exactly as given to me:
CASTING ALERT! ARE YOU A SURVIVAL EXPERT?
Think you have all the skills to survive an apocalypse? Can you lead a survival expedition out into the wild? Are you an outgoing, natural born, balls-to-the-wall leader who can excel in any survival scenario? Then we want to hear from you! An established international television production company seeks new talent for a survival themed project. We are seeking larger than life personalities and adventurous individuals who have a background and experience in the following:
Keep in mind this isn't something that Trek Light Gear is sponsoring or in any way involved with so if you have any questions about the opportunity you should contact Story House Productions directly for assistance.
If you run a survival blog or have friends who may be interested in this opportunity don't hesitate to share this post. If you do submit an application and make it on the show just don’t forget to bring your hammock along!
I know a large number of our customers and fans share a passion for survival and self reliance studies so I’m sure that some of you reading will be interested in applying.
Dave Canterbury discovered our hammocks a few years back and a year or so later he was the star of one of the best survival shows on the Discovery Channel. Coincidence? No way! :) (Update: It was one of the best survival shows on TV, but Dave is no longer on it so we'll leave it at that.
Dave's newest show is premiering on the Hunt Channel on Dish TV in July 2014. If you get Dish TV be sure to check out Pathfinder Outdoor Journal - the show will explore "the Skills, Equipment, and Methods of Past Woodsman to gain a better knowledge of Wilderness Self-Reliance." Never stop learning!)