A friend of mine works at a law firm in RI. Today, one of their HR people sent the following email to the entire firm:
"The firm was contacted today by the show "The Bachelor". They are
looking for a young, successful, good looking attorney to headline the
If you or anyone you know is interested in applying, please have them
contact John Perez at the number below. Attached is the press release
with his contact information. Feel free to circulate to any interested
individuals. They informed us that anyone who puts them in direct
contact with the guy who becomes their next bachelor, will get a $5000
finder's fee. Good luck!"
And here is what the press release says (seems to be boilerplate language, but who knows):
THE SEARCH IS ON FOR THE NEXT BACHELOR!
ABC’s popular series "The Bachelor" is searching for America's most eligible man, as Warner Horizon and Next Entertainment head into the 12th season of the popular reality romance show. The producers are looking for men who are ambitious, charming, successful and who are looking to settle down. It's a tall order to fill, so if you or someone you know is an accomplished athlete, CEO, doctor, lawyer, entrepreneur or businessman, and wants to find love, contact us NOW!
In order to apply or nominate someone, please contact me:
Casting Associate Producer
Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelor” is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon.
Mike Fleiss and Lisa Levenson are the show’s executive producers.
THERE IS A $5000 FINDERS FEE FOR THE PERSON WHO PUTS US IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE BACHELOR!