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'Deal or No Deal' casting call at Fantasy Springs

9 July 2008

INDIO, California -- (PRESS RELEASE) -– The Producers of the popular NBC-TV show, "Deal or No Deal" will be conducting an open casting call for fresh and new contestants on Saturday, July 12th from 10am to 2pm, inside the air conditioned, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino Special Events Center.

To qualify to be a contestant on "Deal or No Deal", attendees to the open casting call are required to be 18 years or older, provide a current photo ID and dress appropriately for a TV appearance.

The producers for "Deal or No Deal" are looking for contestants who are energetic and have an upbeat personality. Prospective contestants will provide personal information, be videotaped and some will participate in a mock game of "Deal or No Deal." The entire casting process can take up to several hours to complete, so attendees should be prepared to spend at least 3 to 4 hours at the casting call. Due to the popularity of this event, attendees should arrive at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casinos Special Events Center as soon as possible, to reserve their space in the contestant waiting line. Doors will open at 7am.

Contestants who can not attend this open casting call but would like to be considered for a future contestant role on "Deal or No Deal", can log on to for additional details and information.

"Deal or No Deal" began airing on NBC in 2005 and hosted by Howie Mandel. The show has become one of the most popular and highest rated program in the history of television. "Deal or No Deal" has found worldwide acclaim and is aired in 35 different countries. The show tests the luck and skill of each contestant, as they choose one case out of 26 that hopefully holds the One Million Dollar Prize. As the rest of the remaining 25 cases are opened to reveal their cash value, from a penny to One Million Dollars, the contestant must rely on their intuition to go the distance for the One Million Dollars or sell their case back to the banker for a modest cash amount.

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