Lakeland High School graduate Whitney Doyle will be starring on “She Loves a Man in Uniform” (SLAMU) on Saturday, Nov. 2, in Indianapolis. The show can be seen locally on WHME Channel 46 at 9 p.m.
SLAMU is a blind-date game show that brings single ladies together with single guys in a multitude of uniforms – from NFL jerseys to moving company T-shirts – offering the possibility of finding true love.
“SLAMU was born out of the ah-ha moment young 20-somethings and sometimes late bloomer 30-somethings have when a person finally realizes it’s more than just looks that keeps a relationship together and that the qualities of honor and service are even more important to a lasting relationship,” said Felicia Moodie and Tamara Stubblefield, producers of the show.
Moodie partnered with fellow Notre Dame classmate and former CIA profiler Patrick Parks, who will host the dating show special, and also recruited former Cleveland Browns running back and Notre Dame football captain Travis Thomas to be part of the show’s lineup.
"I moved to Indianapolis over a year ago with hopes to eventually make it into the sports media field," Doyle said. "That has not happened yet. However, this premier very well could put me in the right direction of becoming the next Bonnie Bernstein!"
Whitney Doyle is the daughter of Karen and the late Ed Doyle. She currently resides on the west side of Indianapolis and is employed as the director of leasing for Traditions at Reagan Park, a brand new senior living community in Avon, set to open in spring 2014.