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Texas Now Casting: Hispanic and Latinx Models Wanted for San Antonio Anti-Smoking Campaign

Help someone near you quit smoking this coming year with a modeling campaign. Quitxt is a text-messaging service that aims to help people quit smoking. The service is run through The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, an organization dedicated to improving health in South Texas. The service is currently seeking Hispanic or Latinx talent, aged 5–65, for print modeling.
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