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Cold Stone Creamery will be shooting a commercial in Tempe on Tuesday night and is currently searching for extras to aid in the production of a July 4th fireworks scene.

According to the Phoenix Business Journal, any prospective extras are advised to bring Independence Day props such as coolers, blankets and lawn chairs. The commercial will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Tempe Town Lake Marina. It is also recommended that extras not wear clothing with logos or black, white or fluorescent shirts.

Scottsdale Nights, a marketing company, is helping organize the commercial shoot for Cold Stone, a Scottsdale-based establishment.


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