"I AM CHICAGO" Casting Call at 900 North Michigan Shops

I AM CHICAGO
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 9:15am

You're passionate about Chicago. You are the ultimate ambassador for the Windy City. You shout its praises from the water taxi and from 1000 feet up. You love its museums and shopping and sports and vibrancy. You love the grid, Navy Pier, the neighborhood festivals and even the CTA.

Let's face it - you ARE Chicago.

Now's your chance to prove it. 900 North Michigan Shops is launching I AM CHICAGO, a new ad campaign featuring six passionate Chicagoans to be the "face" of its iconic building. On April 5 they're hosting a casting call to hand select these locals and they're looking for "Men, women, movers, shakers, unique, trendy, confident, game changers."

To try out visit level 2 at 900 North Michigan Ave on April 5 between 12pm and 8pm. There will be live music, beauty demo’s/touch-ups, light bites from local restaurants and more. Candidates will be photographed and will be asked to share their unique Chicago story. Photographs and videos will be used as advertisements throughout 2016-2018 in local print publications, digital placements and on 900’s website, social media and more!

 

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Theresa Carter - The Local Tourist Founder and Publisher, a.k.a. the boss
About Theresa

Hello Fellow Traveler! I'm the Emmy-winning founder and publisher of The Local Tourist. I've got insatiable curiosity, wanderlust, and an incurable need to use my words. In fact, I

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