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Posted: Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:30 pm | Updated: 4:15 pm, Mon Oct 29, 2012.

Next Productions, a San Diego marketing and production company, has announced the Scottsdale/Phoenix interview and audition schedule for its new reality program and sales contest, The VP Sales Contest. Twenty-five contestants will go through a seven-week elimination process while competing to sell a new company's product or service every week. The winning contestant has their choice of a $100,000 salaried position or a $10,000 cash prize. Next Productions is also granting cash prizes, job interviews with companies and prizes for other contestants.

Live interviews will take place Sept. 17 and 23 at a Scottsdale resort. The contest begins in Scottsdale on Sept. 27.

Next Productions also has a separate sales contest geared toward college students and recent college grads that allows them to showcase their skills and benefit sponsoring companies. The College Sales Contest begins Oct 11. Participants in either contest do not have to participate or be filmed in the reality television pilot.

For details, visit www.thevpcontest.com.

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