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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

FORD Models Needs Male Fit Models (Caucasian & Asian)

Ford Models is looking for more fit models in the San Francisco/Bay Area so if any of you male models (new or experienced) meet the requirements, you should submit yourself for this casting. The post is legit and that is the real number for Ford in San Francisco (don't bother telling them that you read the post on my blog or mention my name--I am no longer with Ford so I don't have any ties or "hook ups" with the agency lol):
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We are currently searching for male fit models (18-45 yrs. old). If you fit the following measurements, please contact us to set up an appointment to be measured. Please note that you MUST be within 1/4" of ALL the requirement to qualify; you must be able to maintain your size.

Here are the measurement specifications:

CAUCASIAN MALE BODY TYPE 1

Chest: 40"
Height: 6'0"

CAUCASIAN MALE BODY TYPE 2

Chest: 37"
Height: 6'0"

ASIAN MALE BODY TYPE 1

Chest: 40"
Height: 5'10"

ONLY apply if you fit these requirements.

Thank you,

Carey
FORD MODELS
(415) 777-9099

2 comments:

Ericka said...

Hey Dania! I have a question about FORD. I noticed you have applied and got in in the past so I would like a few pointers :/ I'm stuck on what to put for the "Why do you want to become a FORD model" segment of the application. Is that a trick question? are they looking for specific answers from people? What did you put on there? haha thank you I just need help getting past that part :)

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Ericka! You'll find the answers to your question in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #284." Thanks for reading!