Producers looking for Charleston restaurant for reality TV show
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A television production company says it's looking for a Charleston restaurant to participate in a reality TV show pilot for a national network.
Matthew Sefick with Sligh Pictures says his company is looking for a restaurant that is slated to open at the end of May or beginning of June.
According to a release, seven days of filming are expected.
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The full release is below:
A television production company is looking for a Charleston, SC restaurant slated to open at the end of May or beginning of June to participate in a reality television pilot for a National Network. The company is offering labor in the form of an experienced Chef, a Sommelier, and a Designer for guidance as well as financial compensation toward opening costs to ensure a successful opening.
It requires 7 days of filming and your willingness to participate on camera. As one of the shows top producers stated, "with the high failure rate for new restaurants, this show offers a refreshing team approach to ensure the highest degree of success for someone just opening! Why open to failure?"
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