“Let’s Make A Deal” Searching For Front Line Workers For “LMAD At Home” Special

For the past three weeks, the CBS Daytime trading game show has aired quarantine-friendly mini-episodes of its popular series featuring host Wayne Brady, announcer Jonathan Mangum and hostess Tiffany Coyne virtually giving away cash, prizes and Zonks to costumed contestants.

Last week, LMAD honored mothers with a special Mother’s Day-themed mini show. Coming soon to a small screen near you, Let’s Make A Deal: At Home is paying tribute to our nation’s courageous front line workers, including healthcare professionals, delivery drivers, retail workers and other essential workers who are doing their best to provide others with the care and supplies they need while we are enduring this seemingly endless COVID-19 epidemic.

“The idea sprang into my head because I wanted for us at Deal to not only bring smiles to our loyal Deal Family, but to give hope and something to look forward to,” said Wayne Brady.  “In times like this, a small token can go a long way. Whether a joke or a $50 Amazon gift card, when the news is often times bad, I wanted us to be that bright spot in their day.”

If you are a front line worker who is interested in making a deal on the show’s At Home special, send a video that is one minute or less describing your line of work and why you would be an awesome contestant to LMADatHome@gmail.com. You must be at least 18 years old and a legal resident of the U.S. to enter. Check out LMAD’s At Home Contestant Entry guidelines for more information.

Check out the latest episode in the clip below, stay tuned and good luck if you have registered!

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