New Company Majeedah Models And Talent Consulting Has Casting Call April 5

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Majeedah Models And Talent Consulting will host a casting call for a television commercial, free to the public 18 years of age and up, on Saturday, April 5.  This will be the first event of the company and serve as the official company launch. 

“Chattanooga will get a taste of what happens in the big city, everyone should be there,” said Chris Royster, director of operations. 

Majeedah Giddens is a former model who decided to create her own company based on aspects of the entertainment industry. Her home city of Chattanooga is where she will operate, helping individuals move forward with talent they have or have not developed.  

Working with several industry professionals, Ms. Giddens said she will give those not normally able to have access to those wanting to aid them, a chance to realize their true potential and feel confident in their future endeavors as a talent.

More information about Majeedah Models & Talent Consulting and the casting call can be found at their website, http://www.majeedahmodelsandtalent.com/.


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