I've never been the biggest fan of reality shows. Even the competition ones seem so scripted and fake. And the one I've never even given myself the chance to like is Survivor. I can't watch it out of sheer principle. People voting you off the island because they don't like your attitude isn't how I want to see the show play out. Call me old-fashioned but I want to see people tap out because they can't possibly continue after going without food and water and pushing themselves to the extreme. We're talking real survivor style! Yep, things would be different if I were a network television executive.

Now, wait just one minute here! I may have spoken too soon. I think I might be coming around and getting on board with a certain less-than-hardcore version of Survivor. We have to give it to the Missoula PaddleHeads, they're always coming up with cool promotions and they have a pretty awesome one planned that will have a group of people trying to outwit, outplay, and outlast. The PaddleHeads are looking for individuals that think they can outlast everyone else while spending three days at Ogren park.

The Survivor Series is happening August 2-4 and will see a dozen fans sleep at the ballpark during the homestand for a chance to win season tickets for the 2023 season. An email about the promotion included the following:

Contestants will be fed ballpark food three times a day. They are allowed to bring a tent, two blankets, one pillow, and three non-electric "luxury" items."

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There isn't much else for details so I'm guessing in true Survivor fashion there will be some challenges and various ways to eliminate contestants over the three days. If you want to be one of the chosen few to participate, you can register for your chance to compete HERE.

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