Heart Association Announces Go Red For Women Casting Call

WOODBRIDGE — Looking for a chance to share your life experience? The American Heart Association invites New Jersey women from all walks of life to share their story at a free Go Red For Women Connect Casting Call on Friday, Feb. 10, from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. in the Macy’s wing at Woodbridge Center Mall in Woodbridge.

The Association is looking for women (and men) who are making it their mission to fight heart disease and stroke in women to share their stories of surviving heart disease or stroke or by making healthy lifestyle choices like quitting smoking, losing weight or exercising more in order to prevent developing cardiovascular disease.

Women who share their stories will be considered for a national spokeswomen opportunity for the Go Red For Women® movement—representing Go Red For Women® on the American Heart Association website, in collateral materials and at national events. In 2010, Whitehouse Station resident, Pamela Coleman, was selected from the New Jersey Go Red For Women Casting Call to serve as of the national faces of “Go Red For Women” and was featured on the Association’s national website, a Project Runway episode and the NBC television special, “Speaking Up to Save Lives.”

In addition to the casting call, the day will include free health screenings, interactive activities and information on topics most important to women, plus giveaways and health presentations. Although open to walk-ins, reservations are strongly suggested to guarantee a film time. For more information or to reserve a casting call filming time, call Stella Eget at the American Heart Association at 1-609-223-3733.

For more information on the Go Red For Women® movement, visit GoRedForWomen.org.

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