The Great Lakes Bikini Blast 2
Saint Joseph, Michigan, USA
On Saturday August 18th, just like any yearly migration; the Swallows to Capistrano, Canadian Geese, and other migrations; the models and photographers will be gathering for this years Midwest Modeling Extravaganza, the second annual ‘Great Lakes Bikini Blast 2’. Starting on Saturday August 18th morning, onsite registration will launch at 11a.m. located at the Lion Beach Park 1701 Lions Park Dr. St. Joseph, MI 49085. Attendees ranging ages 18 and up will be in attendance to enjoy a day of outdoor photo shoots, meeting old friends and networking to build stronger business relations and learn from their peers.
Among the attendees and supporters of this event, the Michigan Bikini Team will be making a guest appearance for all of their admirers. So according to Scott Morgan, the manager for the group, “You don’t have to be a photographer or model to attend this event, we encouraged everyone to come on out and pose with the lovely ladies of this traveling group.”
Other sponsors like Afternoon Studios, Detsitti Clothing from Detroit, and Ujena Swimwear will have representatives on hand to recruit models and photographers for future modeling events. Ujena Swimwear will be offering one lucky model from this event a trip to Spain in 2008 and a chance to be selected as the cover model for one future swim wear catalog along with other donated surprises by other companies.
“Thanks again and look forward to the next outing you have planned! Now I know why you called it a "blast"... because it was! I can't wait for the 2nd annual Bikini Blast... Rick Warburton Still-Images Schererville IN.
If you are interested in taking part in this event as either a model or photographer, then there is still time, according to the operations manager, James Bryant. “We are allowing models to register free until July 4th,” states Bryant, “after that date there will be a $15 processing fee for models interested in participating” “Photographers can register anytime up to Saturday” continued James, “admirers and spectators need to register for $10 each to take place in this event, this will help cover costs and raise money for cancer research and hopefully one day find a cure.”
This year, just like every year, James Bryant will be donating 10% of all proceeds to cancer research. Cancer has touched everyone’s life in one-way or another, founder James Bryant and his wife Sharon lost their son Beau, age 24 to cancer in 2002. “We understand the devastation that cancer causes and are happy to do our part to support such a important cause,” states James.Performers
Help us raise money for cancer research.Venue
11:00 am - 6:00 pmAdmission & Parking