THE AMAZING RACE 15 is looking for Dynamic Duos!
The Emmy Award© winning adventure series is looking for San Diego teams of two for an adventure of a lifetime, a race around the world and the chance to win one million dollars. At this open audition, CBS 8 will accept your team's applications and record your team's audition tape.
You'll have a chance to show us your best stuff in two minutes or less in front of cameras! Also, Meet the comic book aficionados Mark and Bill from Amazing Race 13!
To "Fast Forward" to the Open Audition, here's what you NEED to KNOW:
• The Amazing Race 15 is looking for Dynamic Duos!
• Team members must be at least 21 years old, U.S. citizens and currently live in the U.S.
• Both team members must be present at the Open Audition on March 15, 2009.
• Each individual team member must complete a separate application. Download the forms below. Both team members must bring their COMPLETED applications to the Open Audition on March 15th .
• Both team members must be in excellent physical and mental health.
• All applicants must authorize Producers to conduct a background check.
• No alcohol.
• No open fires, propane or butane stoves or heaters.
• No weapons.
• No tents. You can sleep in a folding chair. All sleeping items must be returned to your car before 8am on Sunday morning. (Just a note: in past auditions, people have arrived very early.)
To "Fast Forward" to the Open Audition, here's what you MUST BRING TO JEROME'S FURNITURE on West Morena Blvd. on Sunday, March 15 at 8am:
• Completed Application Form and Waiver Form (download below). Each team member must have one.
• Be prepared to record a two-minute or less application video for our cameras. No retakes. CBS 8 will tape your video and forward it to the Amazing Race Producers.
• Be creative, have fun, and be yourself!
**Click here to download the application procedure>
**Click here to download the eligiblity requirements>
For more information, complete rules and regulations, click here to go to the official AMAZING RACE site on http://www.cbs.com
Watch THE AMAZING RACE on CBS 8 Sundays at 8!
See you at the starting line!
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