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Published Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 12:30 pm / Updated at 10:13 pm
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Two from Nebraska are Wild Kingdom semifinalists


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Omahan Reggie Busse and Tim Davison of Wahoo, Neb., are among 12 semifinalists competing to be Mutual of Omaha's latest “wild guide” for its Wild Kingdom wildlife show.

The winner will receive $10,000 and host a new webisode of the TV series, to be shown this fall on the Wild Kingdom TV YouTube channel.

People can see videos of the semifinalists and vote once a day for their favorites until midnight, May 23. Three finalists will audition, with the winner announced July 15.

To see the videos and vote, go to www.wildkingdom.com/nextwildguide or www.youtube.com/user/wildkingdomtv.

Other finalists are from Hawaii, Illinois, New York, Utah, Kansas, Massachusetts, Texas and South Carolina.

Contact the writer: Steve Jordon

steve.jordon@owh.com    |   402-444-1080    |  

Steve covers banking, insurance, the economy and other topics, including Berkshire Hathaway, Mutual of Omaha and other businesses.

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