/ Real Survival Stories*** WELL PAID
Currently searching for real people who have experienced real life threatening scenarios for a major ad campaign. This would be a well paid opportunity for the right person and they would be part of a truly inspirational project that celebrates emergency services, search and rescue and coast guard services.
Please get in contact by emailing Rebecca at email@example.com as we would love to hear from you.
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Donate it to mrt perhaps?
I survived a 2am haggis, chips and salad from Ben Fong in Fort Bill once. Got away completely unscathed. No idea how.
Bear Grylls is your man, he's all about real life survival
Must be a professional and Legit , shes got a Gmail address
I obviously lack your refined stalking skills ...
One time I had been climbing at Saddle Head all day and got to the pub 2 minutes before the kitchen closed. They said at the bar that they'd stopped serving food but managed to twist the chef's arm into sorting us out some mac n cheese.
Real close call that one. Still get cold sweats thinking about it.
Twenty Dislikes and probably more to come for a genuine request.
What must people outside of our 'elitist bubble' think of the climbing community?
Probably think we're a right bunch of miserable so and so's, and guess what, they're probably right...
Not interested in this one, but could you maybe consider me for your next Aldi ketchup ad please? I'd be excited to take part in a truly inspirational project celebrating the work of selflessly dedicated tomato pickers worldwide.
PS I hope you wouldn't be so heartless as to gather our stories, distil the most suitable elements out of them, and then cast one of your actors to tell the scripted story in the ad. But I'm sure the advertising industry doesn't work like that.
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