If anyone still thinks that Mile High Social, the Denver-based reality show, will be just like all the other reality shows with their drama and negative focus, take a look at this latest teaser. In outtakes from the final callbacks, it's clear that these are real women who are serious about their causes -- from working with chemotherapy patients to helping provide clean water in Africa.
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Mile High Social promises to be "a new style of reality" show, where each woman can promote her cause, says Dennis Flippin, co-founder of Koncrete Media, the team behind the show. "Our goal is to combat negativity in reality shows."
Casting wrapped last month and the crew is now filming the three woman who are the focus of Mile High Social, which will debut any day now. What will their causes be? Tune in to find out.
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