Discovery Girls Magazine is coming to Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and is seeking 12 tween young ladies from each state between the ages of 8 and 12 to be featured in an upcoming issue.
My 13 year-old girls love the fringe benefits of attending events with me. Watch for a separate post soon about the new line of exercise products Jane Fonda announced at this event.
Jane Fonda's Workout Relaunch Party, Hollywood, December 2010
Photo by Janis Brett Elspas, MommyBlogExpert.com
Discovery Girls, a national publication now in its 11th year -- if you didn't already know -- was created by girls, for girls in the tweenage years from 8 to 12. Each issue features real girls from one state.
The girls chosen are not only the magazine’s models, they also contribute significantly to the content of the issue in which they are featured, allowing readers to easily relate to and be inspired by their own peers.
Applying is easy and fun – and any girl in this age group that lives in Texas, Oklahoma, or Arkansas is encouraged to apply. The magazine looks for girls who are creative, caring, confident and who love to have fun!
Application questionnaires must be postmarked by January 31, 2011 and can be found at http://discoverygirls.com/sites/default/files/questionnaire.pdf
The winners will be invited to participate in a photo shoot in late February 2011.
For more information about this tween opportunity, or to schedule an interview with a representative of the magazine, you may also contact Tatiana Guertin at Tatiana@discoverygirls.com or 408-753-9365
About Discovery Girls Magazine
This San Jose, Calif.-based bi-monthly publication is distributed throughout the United States and Canada, with a readership of nearly 1,000,000. The magazine features real girls between the ages of 8 and 12 dealing with real-life situations and strives to empower girls to celebrate who they are and to realize their potential.
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