Cobram region (as seen on TV) stars in reality romance show When Loves Come to town, with special screening tonight.ROB HENSON June 10, 2014 3:25am
Cobram’s Adrian and John contemplate their options on reality television show When Love Comes to Town.
When the Nine Network’s reality romance show When Love Comes to Town airs across Australia over coming weeks, Moira Shire Council is confident viewers will fall in love with more than just the local contestants John Hall and Adrian Salter.
Sun Country on the Murray worked hard to encourage the producers to commit to filming in our local region but with the help of local business and the community it has paid off.
Last November When Love Comes to Town’s busload of girls and film crew arrived in town to film the show.
Moira Shire Council tourism development officer Louise Munk Klint said it was a fantastic chance to showcase the region with John taking the girls to his family business, Cactus County.
‘‘Adrian went water skiing on the Murray River in Yarrawonga and to the hospital fete in Cobram,’’ she said.
‘‘The bus departed from the famous Thompsons Beach in Cobram and filmed one of Sun Country on the Murray’s natural delights.’’
To celebrate Cobram’s involvement and meet John and Adrian, Moira Shire residents are invited to the public screening of When Love Comes to Town at the Cobram Hotel tonight at 8
‘‘The Cobram Hotel will raffle off a dinner date with each of the boys and the tickets will go on sale at the Cobram Hotel a week prior to the event,’’ Ms Munk Klint said.
The proceeds from the raffle will go to the Cobram Barooga Apex Club. There will be a meal and drink promotion at the Cobram Hotel on the night.
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