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Why Not, Minot? Looks For Cast Members

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A lot of Americans could eventually get a glimpse of Minot on television. According to Bravo, production teams are working to cast a new reality show in the Magic City. Whether

it's for work or play, people are driving into North Dakota.

"The economy, the military, housing, it's going up like crazy right now,” says Steven Engsrane.

And, people are taking notice.

"The matter of people moving in here is astounding,” says Aaron Gies.

With all that extra attention focused on North Dakota, production teams from Bravo will be heading west to see what all the fuss is about.

"I don't think people knew what Minot is or what consisted of. I still think they thought we had like cowboys and Indians,” says Debbie Noel.

"We just brought it up and thought it would be kind of interesting to see what kind of people they would end up being in the TV show. We don't know what kind of twist they'll have on it,” says Brody Wolff.

They're looking for people who moved here unexpectedly to make it big in the Magic City. The working title is "Why Not, Minot?"

"I think I would have to watch it. If it’s something that happens in your area, you have to see what’s going on,” says Wolff.

People are starting to think about what it would be like to be cast in the show.

"To do something like that, I think it would be fun. My dream as a little girl was to be an actress. I'm not saying that that's going to happen. Fifteen minutes of fame. I think in that aspect it would be fun. And, I think for a lot of people around here that it would be fun too,” says Noel.

For those interested in being casted for the show, you can email them at minotcasting@gmail.com.


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