Win a role on CBS's "Numb3rs"!

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Hey, everyone--

Thought this was a fun opportunity I'd pass on!...

The Writers Guild Foundation
is conducting an Ebay auction to raise vital funds for our High School Screenwriting Workshops and other community outreach & literacy programs. Thank you for bidding generously!

EBAY AUCTION! - TV SHOW NUMB3RS WALK-ON-ROLE
Auction Ends: Feb-28-09 19:58:07 PST- BID NOW!

This is a "WALK-ON" role on CBS Paramount Television's hit show Numb3rs.

Imagine. You can hear the director in the nearby, you are actually rubbing shoulders with real actors in your scene because you have placed the highest bid on this non-speaking, "walk-on" role and YOU ARE ON THE SET of NUMB3RS!

VIEW AUCTION AND BID HERE!

All winners of the "non-speaking walk-on role" must be 18 years or older to participate. The date of appearance will be by mutual convenience of the winners and Paramount. Appearance will be in Los Angeles, California and transportation to and from is not included in this auction. CBS Paramount reserves the right for security reasons to refuse the admittance of anyone to any of its production facilities in its sole discretion. Auction prize redeemable up to one year from date of auction, and details of the walk-on depend solely on the pending production schedule of NUMB3ERS and are at the sole discretion of CBS Paramount.

Learn more about the Writers Guild Foundation's programs at: www.WGFoundation.org

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