MAR 01] SKYDOME COVENTRY NEWS
Lack Modelling Appeal
girls have shunned the opportunity to become a top model, and the
organisers of a competition are desperate for entries.
based in Tile Hill, has been asked to put forward 20 girls to
compete in a search for the country's top sports model - two heats
of which will be held at the 2,400-capacity Ikon and Diva
who comes through the Coventry selections, the first of which will
be staged this Friday, will go forward to a London final and have
the chance to win £10,000 and a trip to Sydney, Australia.
that, girls from the city have not come forward and Artimis owner
Helen Millard admits it is disappointing that locals will not have
the chance to scoop the prize.
is a competition which could lead to coverage on Sky Sports, a
large sum of money and a trip to Australia.
are only 10 venues across the country being used for heats so any
Coventry girls interested in modelling have been handed a huge
opportunity to launch a career.
is also the added incentive that girls can use this as an audition
for our agency and we would be happy to get regular work for them
if they impressed on the night.
the moment we are going to bring girls to the event from all over
the country but it will be a shame if someone from another city
makes a huge career breakthrough when it could have been a
manager Ian Knight added:
said: "The final will be on Sky Sports and featured heavily in
the Rugby News Magazine.
will be great if a girl who comes through the Coventry heats could
win the whole event and even better if it was actually someone
from the city.
and Diva are always full of stunners and I would urge them to
contact Artimis and enter the event."
Coventry heats will be held on 23 and 30 March, with SkyDome also
being chosen to host the regional final a week later.
interest in taking up the challenge should contact Helen at Artimis
on 024 7647 4874.
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