Are you a 20something Virgin in a Committed Romance?
May 27, 2014By Tiffani Knowles

If you’re in a committed relationship and are either a virgin or have chosen abstinence for faith, medical and/or emotional reasons, you and your significant other could star in an up and coming reality TV show. A major cable network (undisclosed at this time) is developing a new series about committed couples ages 25 and over who have yet to consummate their relationships.

Each couple will be sent on an all-expense paid trip to Colorado Springs, Colorado for a weekend-long intimacy retreat for four days in June 2014 with world renowned Christian relationship experts as they work together on their journeys. The goal of this retreat and the ultimate series is to build a strong foundation as each couple hopes to one day soon cross that physical threshold.


Additionally, the casting agency is interested in recreating a "Couples Retreat” – the movie. Therefore, if you have couple friends who also fit the criteria of almost-engaged or committed for a while, invite them to submit for the casting, too. As a result, your stories can become interwoven onto the show.


If you would like the chance to work with husband-and-wife relationship therapists at a beautiful resort to enhance your emotional and impending physical life with your partner through bonding/trust exercises and counseling, then contact Stephanie Lewis and Watercooler Casting.



Email or call Stephanie at 347-799-2349.





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