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Local reality show has a definite ‘green’ tint

September 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

“Mission: Sustainable” is a new Seattle-based green-theme reality show that is looking for its pilot episode’s makeover candidate. The show is seeking nominations of a family, couple or individual in the Seattle area.

“Those chosen to receive a makeover will receive personalized advice and products from our experts to dramatically reduce their carbon footprints,” says creator Rose Thornton. “Our experts will make over the candidate’s lifestyle in a way that saves money, improves health and contributes to overall happiness.”

“Mission: Sustainable” cast members include co-host Megan Hilfer, who works for Parsons Public Relations in Phinney Ridge, and Eric Kocaja, the show’s transportation consultant, who lives in Greenwood. The show features a cast of green consultants in landscaping, home interior, food, personal care, transportation and business. Everyone is currently working pro bono.

Since the show is just getting off the ground, they’re also asking for community support, especially a broadcast quality camera and operator, as well as editing suite support, to complete the pilot episode. If interested, contact Thornton. (Update: Thornton reports in comments that they’ve already received a camera and editing help.)

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