Red Varden Studios, a Los-Angeles-based TV production company, is looking for “an experienced, charismatic, and television-friendly individual who is a savvy business entrepreneur engaged in trade, barter, swapping and/or collectibles.” The company is evidently looking to start a new reality show or series based on the flea market business. From the company press release:
“The ideal candidate for this show will actively seek out unique objects for sale or trade at swap meets, fairs or online, buy and sell unique or collectible items or swap, trade or barter by any other means. Ideal candidates also have dynamic, outgoing, and engaging personalities, and are aggressive in finding bargains and securing deals. On camera experience is not required.”
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
In related news, one new show with a similar theme debuted last week, on Nov. 9, “Auction Hunters,” on the Spike network. (By the way, here’s a review of the Auction Hunters show by a real life auction hunter.) And two or three other related reality shows are in production, as previously reported on FleaMarketZone.com.