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Child Super Models - Find an Agent in 3 Simple Steps


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Doesn't every mom think their kid is cute as a button and could be a child super models?

Did you know that a child super model can earn millions of dollars every year? That's what children of every age are doing by appearing in television commercials and movies.

Could your child be next?

If you are constantly being told how beautiful your baby or child is, perhaps it's time to talk to an agent about getting started in the profitable business of modeling

Here are 3 Simple Steps to Find a Child Model Agent:

1) Make any size copy of a recent photo of your child. A nice recent 4 x 6 snapshot of your baby/child will do. You don't need to spend money on professional photos. Child model agents agree that babies and children change too quickly.

On the back, be sure to write your child's name, birth date, contact number, height, weight, hair color & eye color.

2) Include a short note about your child & what you are interested in pursuing. (modeling, commercials, film, etc. )

3) Then mail out to prospective, licensed agents.

I would also attach a well-written cover letter. For example, tell an interesting or funny story that will make your child stand out.

Agents get hundreds of pictures daily so the competition is fierce. . . but it's worth the effort.

Especially if your child is able to pay for her own college tuition being a child super model! Or maybe even a trip to Walt Disney World.

You might also want to use an online modeling website to put your child's picture and information about modeling interests to get worldwide exposure.

So where do you find a list of licensed agents in your area?

There is a company that has been in business since 1992 and has done all of the hard work for you by compiling a list of licensed modeling agents.

You can buy preprinted mailing lists that are updated daily. Plus, easy to mail peel and stick labels.

For less than you'd pay to go out to dinner, you can help jumpstart your child's modeling and acting career - right now!

Lists are a very reasonable $16.95 and Peel & Stick labels are $19.95.

If there's not a list for where you live. . . there are NO modeling agents in my small town. . . a list of New York or Los Angeles will work just fine.

They hire child super models from all over the country.

So if you've been thinking about getting your child in modeling or acting, now might be the time to give it a try.

It's a lot of fun and it doesn't cost you much - except maybe some time.

Unique Ways Your Millionaire Kids Can Make Some Extra Money To Become Self-made, Generous Millionaires. . . Even While Still in High School!


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