casting call: sf hep b free calendar

Hey, good lookin'! SF Hep B Free, a citywide campaign to turn San Francisco into the first hepatitis B free city in the nation, is currently planning to produce a 2011 Hep B Awareness calendar, and they're looking for Asian American folks to be models. Interested? Read on:


Enthusiastic and passionate female and male Asian American models wanted for a provocative 2011 hepatitis b awareness calendar. Ages 18 to 40 and a resident of the San Francisco Bay Area preferred.

Liver cancer is the deadliest cancer in America, and one of the leading causes of deaths for Asian/Pacific Islander Americans. Most liver cancer is caused by the hepatitis B virus. The Hep B Free campaign is ending this deadly disease. it is leading the country as a healthcare reform model. It's success stems from community support and enthusiasm. This calendar project is part of that community involvement. Based on the successful SF Hep B Free campaign, other counties and cities are starting to replicate its model. They include Los Angeles, Orange County, Santa Clara, Alameda, Long Beach, San Mateo, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.

DATE(S): November 2010
1) Full day (8 hour) commitment, date and time to be decided by models and photographer

Locations TBD but will be San Francisco.

Volunteer and be part of this great campaign that is gaining momentum nationwide. Send in 3-5 photos (include a head shot and full body shot) by November 5, to Angela Pang at apang@asianweek.com, in the subject write CALENDER - Your Name.
Hey, putting some attractive people on a calendar always seems to be an effective way of drawing attention to your cause. Why not get people talking about hepatitis B? If one in ten APIs are affected, you have to try everything and anything you can. For more information about Hep B Free SF, go here.

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