$750 People Magazine Casting Call for Bay Area Families

San Francisco, California - People Magazine Casting Call for Bay Area Families to work on People Magazine photo shoot.

Casting directors are looking for busy Bay Area Parents (25-45) with 2 or more kids that are interested in having you and your family photos appear in branded print ad. If your family is selected, one parent will be featured and you will be compensated $750. Your own photos and family photos would be used in the magazine as well as a phone interview would be conducted. There are no auditions. Are you a starting out on your wellness/fitness journey? Do you have a busy city lifestyle? Are you a busy parent and are you on the go a lot? If yes, please submit per instructions below. Deadline to submit is 11/14. To be considered for the campaign please send your submissions to [email protected] with People and your first and last name in the subject line a.s.a.p. Cell # What do you do for a living? Where do you live? What is your family situation? What areas involving health and fitness do you struggle with? What are your goals fitness wise? Why do you want to reach these goals? What struggles do you face that prevents you from reaching their goals? What questions would you ask a celebrity trainer? Additionally, please send us recent photos of yourself (no older than 6 months and no professional photos) 1 photo shoulders up, 1 full standing view (no sunglasses nor hats) along with photos of you with your family, doing activities, on vacation, out to dinner, etc. Submissions will be sent to our client and you will be contacted if you are being considered for this project.

Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.

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