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Ford Models searches for the Next Fresh Face in Texas
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Feb '10
With offices in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Brazil and Paris, Ford Models has a world-renowned reputation for finding the freshest, most unique and beautiful faces from around the world. From March 3rd to March 6th, the world's most prestigious modeling agency will be sending its top Women's Division scouts to Texas in search of tomorrow's fashion and beauty sensations. Ford Models scouts will be meeting modeling hopefuls in Houston, San Antonio, Austin and Dallas.

Who: Ford Models

What: Ford Models open call casting in search of modeling aspirants who are at least 5 feet 8 inches in height and 14 to 20 years of age.

Where/When:

March 2 - Houston, TX
Time: 3-5 pm
Address: Houston Skyline Studio
(111 Hutchins Street)

March 3 - San Antonio, TX
Time: 2-4pm
Address: Utell International Hotel Valencia Riverwalk
(150 East Houston Street)

March 4 - Austin, TX
Time: 3-5pm
Address: George Brainard Photography Studio
(701 Tillery Street Studio A-4B)

March 6 - Dallas, TX
In partnership with Wallflower Management
Time: Noon-4pm
Address: Galleria Dallas
(13350 Dallas Parkway, Suite 3080)

Ford Models' ongoing vision and ability to recognize talent has launched the careers of numerous stars including many of the most recognizable and successful faces in fashion today including Chanel Iman, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Lakshmi Menon, Hyoni Kang, Ariel Meredith, Crystal Renn and many more.

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