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Canadian fishing show wants to film in Jamacia

by Glen
(Canada)

QUESTION:

Hi, my name is Glen Ferguson, i produce and host two television series in Canada. The Fishing Musicians and The New Brunswick both have aired internationally,for more information you can visit our website @ www.fergusonaudioproductions.com.

I would like to film an episode in Jamaica, the show will be fishing. I am looking for a charter outfitter to take us out for one day of fishing, we also require accommodations near the charter or with the charter.

We would be at the location for 4 days approx. and would film the culture,scenery and day attractions to add various segments in the show. Basically, we don't charge for our visit, we basically ask for the services while in Jamaica, fishing,accommodation,meal and any activities you suggest we film. we would highlight the outfitters facilities etc. as well.

I can detail the proposal in greater depth once we find an interested company. Besides the exposure from the airings on our broadcasters,we will edit a small promotional video,edited from the episode so that anyone involved can used for their promotion,included in the deal.

is it possible to put me in the direction of outfitters etc that would interested in our show? i would very much appreciate any info you may be able to help. my phone number is 506 547 4222 or you can email. all the best Glen Ferguson




ANSWER: February 07, 2011 by Wellesley

Hey Glen,

I already sent you an private email, but I am also posting your question on my blog and on our facebook fan page. I am hoping that someone who has a related business can respond or get back to you.

Good luck! Stay in touch.

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