Auditions Taking Place for New TV Show

Hollywood’s latest casting call will take place this weekend at the L.A. Auto Show.

Artists are invited to audition for opportunities to appear in the 2014 automotive television series Bumper to Bumper. The new show will feature individuals, unique lifestyle experiences, and cars.

Co-sponsored by Alcantara, HerHighway.com and the L.A. Auto Show, the casting call will take place from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23 in Room 514, on the second floor of the Los Angeles Convention Center’s West Hall, according to Alcantara.

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“Everyone is welcome to audition,” says Christina Selter, editor-in-chief of Her Highway. “Car guys or gals, moms, dads, kids and even grandmas will have a chance to star in a Bumper to Bumper show. If you’re a foodie, fashionista, motorsports enthusiast, beauty guru or even a mommy blogger, there could be a spot for you.”

Alcantara is an Italian-made material found on some of the world’s leading automotive brands. A number of vehicles at the L.A. Auto Show will have interiors furnished with Alcantara, says the company.

Based on patented technology, it’s also used by fashion designers, as well as the designers of accessories and home furnishings.

The L.A. Auto Show runs from Nov. 22 through Dec. 1.

More information about the Bumper to Bumper casting call is at www.herhighway.com

Photo courtesy: HerHighway.com

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