Philadelphia, PA, December 23, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Rebecca Quin Agency has been hired by former international model Lynette Flowers to be the official public relations firm for the relauch of Flowers' non-profit Flowers Powers Girls. The program teams girls and mentors together to show girls who might not have exposure to the possibilities for them out there if they just step outside the box and explore.
The program welcomes girls 12 to 22 who do not have a positive female role model in her life and who wish to have a special connection with someone that will care for them and show them what is possible in the world. All the girls have to do is willingly participate. The mentors are well screened (including a full background check) and then teamed with one to three young women who are interested in the mentor's line of work.
Flowers has tapped a variety of mentors with greatly varying backgrounds from models such as Rose Goodhall to publishers such as T.R. Threston to business-women such as Linda Galloway. When asked about Flowers Powers Girls and the relaunch of the program Flowers stated "It's an exciting time and we already have some great business-women joining the ranks as mentors. And, the opportunity to help and empower young women is why we are obtaining such high profile talent. It's going to be a win - win situation for everyone."
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