Friday, June 3, 2011

"The Bachelor" Is Calling All Single Ladies of the Carolinas

Charlotte native Emily Maynard won the heart of Brad Womack on ABC's
hit reality show "The Bachelor" earlier this year on WSOC-TV Channel 9.

Now the reality juggernaut is coming to the Queen City to see if any
other southern belles have what it takes to fight for the final rose.
Casting producers from "The Bachelor" will be on hand at AT&T Alive
After Five on Thursday, June 16, searching for prospective
bachelorettes to appear on the next season of "The Bachelor."
Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. and on-camera interviews will run
through 10 p.m. at SUITE, located adjacent to the rooftop Pavilion at
EpiCentre, 210 E Trade Street in the heart of uptown Charlotte.

"The Bachelor" introduces one lucky gentleman to 25 lovely ladies who
are all vying for his affection. The bachelor gets to send time with
each woman he meets, sometimes as a group and sometimes one-on-one.
Each episode culminates with a rose ceremony where each woman who
receives a rose can stay to date another day. Those who come up empty-
handed must head home alone. Since debuting in 2002 "The Bachelor" has
produced two spin-offs, "The Bachelorette" and "Bachelor Pad."
Additional information about "The Bachelor" is available at
The current season of "The Bachelorette" airs Monday nights at 8 p.m.
on WSOC-TV Channel 9.

Alive After Five is how Charlotte kick-starts the weekend in style! As
the city's largest weekly happy hour and free entertainment
celebration, Alive After Five provides a destination for friends and
co-workers to gather and unwind, while enjoying great live music,
tasty beverages, including a variety of local and specialty wines, all
in a fun, casual environment. With its prominent location, close to
other great restaurants, bars and shopping, Alive After Five is the
launching pad for Charlotte's nightlife and entertainment.