(Got this in a press release — Anyone fit the bill? If so I want 10% ;))
From the producer of OBSESSED, we’re seeking SHOPAHOLICS for a new series for a major cable network!
- Do you or someone you know shop to excess?
- Are you addicted to shopping?
- Do you spend all your time and money shopping?
- Is shopping affecting your personal, financial, or professional life?
- What would happen if you don’t stop shopping?
- Are you out of control?
This is a new project that will explore the lives of shopaholics, and seek to help them on their journey to recovery. If you or someone you know is dealing with a shopping addiction, we want to hear from you. To submit please contact us at castingshoppers (at) gmail (dot) com, with your name, contact information, a recent photo of yourself and a short description of you and your situation.
PS: Did you know there’s a Debtors Anonymous? If you ARE in major debt, and you don’t feel like plastering it around all over the place, be sure to check them out. I’ve heard they’re pretty good :)
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