Now casting an upcoming MasterCard commercial. Casting directors are looking for real MasterCard owners to work on an upcoming MasterCard commercial.
MasterCard is an American corporation headquartered in New York. Their main business is to process payment between banks of the merchant and the purchasers. They focus on credit and debit cards, and it is well known frequently advertising during sporting events and prime time television. Over the years, MasterCard has earned a name for its innovative commercials.
Their, “Priceless” ad campaign is well known all around the world. It explains all the things that you can buy using your MasterCard, and then the things that are simply “priceless”. The ad campaign originally started in 1997 during the World Series and it is still going strong to this day. The goal of that specific campaign was to show their friendliness, humor, and deter people away from being materialistic despite their company providing means to buy things. It is a genius ad, and so the standards for this company are high when it comes to their commercials.
Producers are looking for:
Families – Are they hardworking? Selfless? Deserve recognition?
Baseball fans and their families.
Red Sox fans who have never been to Fenway park and their families.
Comic book owners.
Please submit and tell why you or your family should be considered including a family pictures, contact information, and who owns a MasterCard in your family.
Submissions deadline is Friday.
- UNION and NON-UNION can submit!
- Talents that are selected will be compensated $2197.50 per person.
- Filming will take place on April 26th.
- Submit your personal information like your age, height, hair color, body type.
- Three photos of you (try to avoid selfies)
This is a great opportunity to appear in a commercial for a company that prides itself in creating innovative ad campaigns. You will not only be paid, but you will receive great experience that you can take with you for future gigs.
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