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Casting Manners and Etiquette

Posted by etiquette (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 30, 06 at 15:52

11. ENTERTAINING AT HOME
LOG LINE: Theyre about to host their first Thanksgiving (or New Years celebration of 4th of July Bash) for an unruly clan and their homes are a disaster, theyve never entertained, and theyve never prepared a meal but the etiquette experts are going to show them how to be impressive at holiday time.

CASTING:
Are you thinking about throwing your first big dinner party, or hosting your first big holiday event (like Thanksgiving Dinner, New Years Bash, or 4th of July Celebration) but because its your first time, youre nervous about the whole event coming off just right? Are you even more nervous because youre entertaining an unruly, demanding, or impeccable group that you know will judge you on every little thing? Well, if youre getting ready to throw your first big party or event and want everything about it to be special a new national television show on a major cable network wants to show you how top-notch etiquette lessons can help you pull off a spectacular affair that will have your guests believing you are a party professional! If you (or someone you know) can benefit from a thorough set of etiquette tools to help make your first attempt at being the perfect host a truly special moment in your life please visit
http://casting.citylightstv.com/AgeWntwManners.htm
to fill out an on line application or email us at etiquettecasting@yahoo.com


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RE: Casting Manners and Etiquette

Oh Lindac......where are you? Got another one, and this one isn't even subtle!


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