[Received this press release from George Jobel at Iron Brides™.]
Iron Brides™ is a New England based Reality TV show. Season I voting has been completed and two winners have been announced.
New England’s own reality television show, Iron Brides™, today announced their Season I (New Hampshire) winners. The show’s Executive Producer, George C. Jobel, said “We are very proud of the tremendous efforts put forth by these amazing women. Eight strangers arrived for the first day of shooting. Eight self confident comrades departed the last day, eager to face the future.”
Engaged women, 21 or older, who planned to hold their ceremonies anywhere in New Hampshire, Southern Maine or Northern Massachusetts after February 1, 2009, were eligible to audition as contestants. Jobel reported about 75 women registered online, 45 actually submitted video auditions or attended open auditions held throughout NH and about 35 signed eligibility contracts with the show.
Two grand prize winners have been announced: Tricia Comi, 31, of Portsmouth NH, for the highest competition point tally, and Kylin Szlosek, 29, of Hampton, for the online popular vote of the public. Each will receive wedding videography services from Iron Brides Productions LLC and wedding photography from Rhapsody Studios, Methuen, Massachusetts. Each winner’s package is valued at $9,000.
The other contestants will not be left out however. Jobel reports the show will be offering all of the non-winning eligible contestants videography services equal to the grand prize winners’. “The girls are all winners in our view, and this is the very least they deserve” said Jobel.
While the show doesn't boot contestants, the show's rules make brides whose engagements dissolve ineligible for prizes. For this reason, Darlene Ramsey withdrew from competition.
Contestants receiving the videography packages include:
Amy Dole, Gonic, NH
Jennifer Lessard, Somersworth, NH
Tarryn Brandl, Milford, NH
Nicole Corvini, Melrose, MA
Vania Crevier, Belmont, NH
Comi won by doing the best among 17 individual competitions during the season. Competitions included indoor skydiving, physical training, cooking, snowshoeing, and more. Szlosek won by receiving 6,408 votes of the 16,552 vote cast.
Season I episodes are available free at the show’s website, www.IronBrides.TV. Taping for Season II (Boston / Cape Cod) begins June 6th and is slated to air beginning October 1, 2009.
George C. Jobel, Executive Producer
Iron Brides™ Productions, LLC