Does Your Bulldog Have What It Takes to be in the Tournament of Roses Parade?
The most unique "cattle call" in years takes place Friday, November 6th, 2009 at Natural Balance Pet Foods headquarters, as the West Coast's largest open call for bulldogs will take place. The dogs will get to test their snowboarding skills, and the winners will then go into extensive training in order to snowboard on the world's longest float at this year’s Tournament of Roses Parade.
The two winning bulldogs will get to show off their skills along with Tillman, the “World’s Fastest Skateboarding Dog” according to The Guinness Book of World Records, as he, his sidekicks Rose, Lyle and two fellow bulldogs snowboard on the world’s longest float at the Tournament of Roses Parade. The 112 foot float will be covered in snow and offer a giant ramp for Tillman and his bulldog friends to snowboard on.
Your favorite talented bulldog can now audition to snowboard down the Natural Balance Pet Food Float with Tillman and friends on New Year’s Day in the 121st Rose Parade.
Casting Call Details
Natural Balance Pet Foods
12924 Pierce Street
Pacoima, CA 91331
CLICK HERE for directions.
Friday, November 6, 2009
To schedule your dog and get priority for the audition process, register your bulldog now and email the following information to:
● Your name
● Your dog’s name and age
● Your email address
● Phone number(s) where you can be reached
● The best time to contact you
You will receive a confirmation via email. This will ensure your priority placement in line at the audition. As a condition of participating in the Casting Call, each bulldog’s owner must sign the Agreement/Liability Waiver.
CLICK HERE to download the Agreement/Liability Waiver form. Print out your email confirmation along with the Agreement/Liability Waiver and bring it to Natural Balance on the day of the audition. If you have not heard from them within 48 hours of emailing, please call (800) 829-4493 and ask for Betsy Martin.
Your bulldog must be well behaved and get along with other dogs and people. Proof of current vaccinations is required.