Well if anyone out there has any inclinations towards TV fame and happens to
be getting married....Here's your chance. A good friend of mine who is an
RPCV from Senegal sent this to me.
>>Greetings Senegal Friends -
>>I have borrowed this distribution list from one of Ed Mendes' emails - I
>>apologize for the group message but the following is something I just had
>>share with the RPCV circle du Senegal. As a Peace Corps employee on the
>>side of things, we occasionally get some pretty interesting requests from
>>reporters, but I think this one tops the list.
>>I hope this finds each of you happy and healthy. And if you happen to
>>be in love (with another RPCV) and would like to be married on national
>>television this spring, Good Morning America would like to talk with you.
>>Kristi Carlin (Senegal '95 - '97)
>>Public Affairs Specialist
>>Peace Corps Denver Regional Office
>>Good Morning America is looking for the all-time greatest love story for a
>>segment on their show titled "Love in Times Square." Best case scenario
>>would be two Peace Corps workers who served years ago and who have
>>found each other and want to be married. It could also be two people who
>>have a Peace Corps connection and want to be married.
>>GMA will pay for and produce the wedding ceremony in Times Square on May
>>17th and supply the honeymoon trip. It is required that the participants
>>at least 18 years old. Does anyone have any ideas??
>>Director of Communications
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