It's National Go Red Day, when the American Heart Association wants people to show their support by wearing the color synonymous with the women's heart health movement.
Next is show and tell.
On Feb. 16, women can tell their personal heart stories during a casting call before the Tarrant County Go Red for Women luncheon at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel. Participants could be selected to appear as spokeswomen for Go Red for Women and appear in marketing materials, at events and possibly on TV.
The group is looking for women to talk about how heart disease has affected their lives and the lifestyle changes they made, spokeswoman Alexandra Wall said.
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"Everybody's story is different. We want to capture people from all walks of life," she said.
The luncheon will feature women from around Tarrant County sharing their experiences.
Tickets to the luncheon must be bought in order to participate in the casting call. Tickets are $75 and are available by calling 817-698-5411. Participants will be videotaped, and their audition will be submitted to the American Heart Association for casting in 2011.