DENVER, March 13, 2007 — CW2, American Furniture Warehouse, Westword Newspaper and the Maximum Talent Agency are giving a local person a chance to be Colorado’s next top model. If you are between the ages of 16 and 27, and at least 5 feet 5 inches tall, you will have a chance to become Colorado’s Next Top Model and to win a Grand Prize valued at $10,000.
All eligible participants will have their photos taken and be judged by the Maximum Talent Agency based on attitude, appearance/height and fashion appeal. The contest will run for 10 weeks . One lucky participant will be chosen each week on-site and will automatically be entered as a finalist. CW2 Colorado’s Top Model will be chosen on May 25th to coincide with the season finale of America’s Next Top Model seen on CW2.
Grand prize for Colorado’s top model include a $5,000 room makeover from American Furniture Warehouse, a modeling contract and portfolio shoot from Maximum Talent and will be featured in an American Furniture Warehouse commercial.
For application and audition locations log onto CW2.com or pick up this week’s Westword.
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