Enter to Become Jobe’s Miss Ruthless 2015

As the winter thaws into Spring, and life starts to stir, so do the seasonal companies. Recently, Jobe announced the launch of their 2015 Jobe Ruthless Model Contest. You’re probably thinking, “Wait, 2015? It’s only April of 2014. What gives?” Well, Jobe has already taken care of this year, and now they’re working on next year.

So what does it take become Jobe’s Miss Ruthless 2015, the face of all of Jobe’s marketing campaigns for next year? Not to mention the winner of a professional photoshoot and a cash prize of 500 euros! It’s actually pretty easy: Starting today and running all the way until May 14th, entries must go online and submit four photos (head, upper body, profile and full body images) as well as fill out an entry form as well as why you want to be Miss Ruthless.

Here’s the original press release:

It’s time for the 2014 Jobe Ruthless Model Contest! Jobe is hosting an online model contest on www.jobepwc.com/modelcontest in search of the new face for the 2015 Jobe PWC Ruthless range! Winning the model contest will make you Miss Ruthless 2015, including a professional photoshoot on an exciting location and a cash prize of 500 euros! As Miss Ruthless you will be the face of all Jobe PWC communication in 2015!

The Jobe Ruthless Model Contest launches on the 3rd of April 2014 and will run for one and a half month closing on the 14th of May 2014. After this period a professional jury will pick the three best entries to compete in the Ruthless Model Contest Finale. The Finale will take place from the 30th of June ‘til the 31th of July 2014.

Are you as excited as we are and want to take your shot on becoming the new face of Jobe PWC for a full year? Head over to www.jobepwc.com/modelcontest, follow the instructions and convince Jobe why YOU should become Miss Ruthless 2015!

Share this post

Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

1 comment

Add yours

Post a new comment

No Thanks