I linked to this a few days ago, but now that the date nears, I thought I'd give it a little more attention. WSU is continuing their "Wave The Flag" campaign and will be holding an open casting call this Saturday in Spokane. Those cast could be featured in an online or print ad as well as on a billboard.
If any of you make it onto a billboard, I expect a FanShot with a picture of you in front of the billboard. Here are the important details for Saturday's casting.
Washington State University Athletics would like YOU to tell us why you Wave the Flag at a Casting Call to find fans to feature in an upcoming ad campaign! All you have to do is complete the statement, "I Wave the Flag because _______________." We're looking for reasons of all kinds, so don't be shy! Any reason to be a Coug fan is a good reason! You will share your reason on video camera and have a photograph taken for campaign use, so come ready for your close up!
1108 West Riverside Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201
Saturday, June 23rd
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
*There is no compensation for participation in this casting call or campaign. You will be required to sign a photo release giving WSU Athletics permission to use your name and likeness at their discretion.
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