How Bennett Graebner Found The Bachelor Winter Games’ Stars

Casting a reality television show can be a lot harder than many people might think, even if you’ve got a significant amount of experience doing so. With almost two decades of producing these kinds of shows, Bennett Graebner has more experience putting together a reality dating show than the majority of other people in the industry. When Bennett Graebner produced The Bachelor Winter Games, however, it was somewhat more difficult than you would expect. This is especially more surprising when you consider that the franchise has aired in over 37 countries since starting in 2002; since then, it’s gone on to have a variety of different spinoffs.

The Winter Games was something that Bennett Graebner designed to have as many different nationalities in it as possible. However, only 11 have been represented for the first season of the show. That isn’t because of a lack of interest, though. While Graebner would have loved to have many more nationalities showcased on the show, there were a number of issues that would have prevented this from happening. The majority of these difficulties ended up being caused by Visa issues, and a few related problems. For example, Bennett noted that he had a number of applicants that would have been perfect for the show from Germany (ENews).

Despite this, there were several issues with the German government that prevented The Bachelor Winter Games from being able to use these applicants. There were also a number of such issues in Thailand, which significantly reduced the representation from that country. Casting for this particular spinoff of the show also proved to be somewhat difficult, as they were casting from many of the previous editions of the show limiting Bennett Graebner and his crew somewhat to adapt the show there. 

While this wasn’t much of an issue when it came to the American version of the show, it did pose some unique problems when it came to foreign versions, as there were a very limited amount of bachelors and bachelorettes. For example, many were now getting older and were either married with kids or in serious relationships, which ruled them out of the show. Furthermore, many of them were considered much older than Bennett Graebner’s ideal bachelor contestant.

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Rodrigo Terpins: The Businessman behind Wheels

When naming all the sporting greats in the Brazilian rally, be sure that the name Rodrigo’s Terpins will inevitably pop up. Rodrigo, is a highly celebrated driver mostly due to his participation in the Prototype T1 competitions. He, alongside his brother, has won worldwide recognition for his skill and talent in the sport.

He also races in the Bull Sertoes Rally. In a recent game, together with his partner, they secured a spot in the top ten of the race by finishing the first leg of the match in just two hours. Considering that it was unexpected of the racer and the level of difficulty, this was indeed a fantastic victory. The pair finally took the eighth position in the whole game and secured the third position in the prototype class. Racers all over the world identify the Sertoes Rally as one of the most challenging races to compete. Here, racers are paired up and have to go through several different terrains in the fastest time possible — the first to finish wins. The drivers have to teamwork and maintain their chemistry to pull through.

His determination and sheer will to remain consistent and be the best is what drives him towards achieving his goals. However, the skillset he owns in sports is passed down the generation from his father, Jack Terpins. Jack Terpins made his mark in the world Brazilian basketball back in the day. He, later on, took an interest in business and became a successful entrepreneur. Rodrigo’s love for sports is one that arose out of exposure since childhood. He took after his father.

Even so, just like his father delved into the world of business, Rodrigo Terpins also took heed and followed suit. His interest in the environment added with the concern on climate change led Rodrigo to start his own company called Floresvale, an environmentally friendly timber company.

Rodrigo associates his success to always staying ahead of the curve and knowing everything that is happening around him. He loves to keep up with the change in consumer trends. He admits that it helps him make better decisions when it comes to his business.

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