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Ladies, Be The Face Of Wigan Athletic On ESPN




Wigan Athletic fans, ESPN needs you.

If you`re a Latics fan, especially a female, then you could be the star face of the ESPN Premier League idents for Wigan Athletic.

Producer Zoe A'Court has been in touch with us at Vital Wigan and asked, nay pleaded that we get a message out to all the good looking lasses who support the Latics to get in touch with her asap, filming begins next Friday the 19th August.

Zoe has asked Vital to put the following out:

CALLING ALL FEMALE WIGAN ATHLETIC FC FANS!

BECOME THE FACE OF WIGAN ATHLETIC ON ESPN!

We`re looking for a female fan to become the face of Wigan Athletic ESPN this season.

Anyone is welcome to apply, but in particular we`re looking for fans with interesting jobs or hobbies outside of football. The only criteria is to be available to film in London on or before the 19th August (travel expenses paid).

Please contact Zoe A'Court either by phone on 0203 206 7661 or by email zoe.acourt@bdacreative.com

To view last years idents (to give you an idea of what we`re looking for), please see this link: www.bdacreative.com/#/en/ESPN_Fan_Idents

BECOME THE FACE OF WIGAN ATHLETIC ON ESPN!

Come on ladies, let`s show the world how beautiful Wigan women really are



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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 12 2011

Time: 5:35PM

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