I have two young daughters, ages 7 and 10 who are both pretty, talented and have great personalities. Both of them have expressed interests in acting and modeling. So, as their mother I call Page Parkes School and Agency to see what potential they have. I talk with a lady who wants to immediately meet the girls because she is looking for talent for Nickelodeon and Disney. I thought the girls would be so excited, because they love Nick and Disney more than anything. She schedules an appointment to meet with us exclusively the next day, Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. She tells me just bring some recent snap shots. We go to their new building, that is quite old that is going through some updating on appearances. My first thought is the place looks like a dump and and my youngest daughter thought it was ugly. I really was expecting something more glamorous since their business is in modeling. We check in with a teenage receptionist, (It must me her first day on the job.) who doesn’t seem to know much. Tells us to sign in and sit down. Only things that are available to sit on are small ottomans that are very uncomfortable and some Houston freebie magazines to look at. We later are told to go in a room at the end of the hall which is filled with rows of chairs and other parents are coming in with their children. I was surprised, because I thought this was an individual meeting. .
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