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Central Oregon will soon join the ranks of reality TV. You've seen the reality tv shows that reveal people's natural reactions to dealing with a group. “It's not going to be scripted,  so what you see is what you get.” Alana Audette of the Central Oregon Visitors Association says the first trip is on them. They're taking applications from people who want to visit Bend with a group of golf buddies, or a “Girls’ Getaway”; even a family reunion. "You name it. Apply with whatever purpose you have in wanting to get a free trip to Central Oregon and folks get to stay in a beautiful vacation home and production crews will come in and film this experience and then it will air as a reality vacation experience in the fall. " Audette believes this is a great way to capture the attention of tourists and bring them and their vacation dollars to the area. Filming of the show will be this August; it will air on PBS in the fall.

 

 

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