PINE BLUFF, Utah – At least, that’s what the commercial lady on TV’s commercial series Pine Bluffs Commercial Lady hopes to convince viewers in the weeks leading up to the world cup.
The popular reality show focuses on the Pine Bluffed family as they prepare to host the tournament.
The family is a real-life version of the famous family of American football players.
The Pine Blounts were once the wealthiest of the American football families.
In Pine BlUFF Commercial Lady, the family’s patriarch, Randy Blount, is hired to make the final bid for the tournament’s title.
His wife, Betty, has an office job as an advertising agency, and the couple’s three children are working part-time at a pizza restaurant.
Bertie, a former basketball star, is a stay-at-home mom.
Her husband, Jim, is in his mid-40s, and they have a daughter named Bella.
“I’m a stay at home mom, but I’ve always been an ad woman,” Bertie said.
Betty Blount said she is hoping her husband’s success in the commercial industry will help her family get ahead.
She said her husband has always been a big supporter of his family, and she believes his success as a player in the NFL will help his family get over the hump of being poor and unemployed.
During her first year in Pine Bliffs Commercial Lady production, the Blount family got about $20,000 in business, Betty Blount told ABC News.
Jim Blount is also a successful business owner.
He owns the Lakewood Mall in Lakewood, Utah, and also runs a business called Aces and Stars.
He and Betty Blunts are hoping to take the Pine Barrens to the next level as a commercial family.
We have this passion. “
And that’s the way I want it.
We have this passion.
We love the Pine Bowl and we want to bring the Pine Hills to Pine Blills.”
Bethany Blount says the Blunts’ business is about helping other people.
When Betty Blumount started out as a waitress in the early 1960s, she says her family used to make a living selling hamburgers and other items at the restaurant.
Now they serve as the family business.
It’s an important part of our culture, she said.
“And now I’m looking forward to what we’ll do in the future, because we’ve made a great contribution to the community, and we’ve been able to do it in a way that’s really helpful for everybody,” Betty said.
Beth Blumens says the family hopes to make good on their promise to help others.
At the end of the season, they will have a new goal.
The Blunts hope to have an ad campaign.