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Roxy campaign looking for girls

Josie Ellem, Teaghan Rees and Fiona Franklin are vying to be the face of Roxy around the world.
Josie Ellem, Teaghan Rees and Fiona Franklin are vying to be the face of Roxy around the world. John Gass

ARE you the new face of Roxy?

If you think you are and want to experience a dream come true, then become part of the Let the Sea Set You Free campaign.

Roxy is offering young females the chance to live their dreams and experience something money can't buy.

Top surfer Sally Fitzgibbons is searching the world for three of the most intriguing, fun, engaging, daring and savvy girls to experience a life-changing adventure travelling the world as the face and voice of Roxy.

On Friday top surfers including Ms Fitzgibbons, surfing legend Lisa Anderson, Monyca Byrne Wickey, Kelia Moniz, Phillipa Anderson and talented Kassia Meador officially launched the campaign at the Roxy Beach Tent Roxy Pro.

During the week of the Pro, running till March 9, Roxy will look to cast one young, fresh face from the APEC region to live the Roxy dream.

Come along to the tent at Snapper Rocks to enter.

Entries will also be accepted via Facebook.

"As well as castings, girls will have the opportunity to get their hair, makeup and nails done at the Roxy Beach Tent throughout the week," said organiser Rochelle De Luca.

"From of all of the submissions, three lucky winners will be chosen and given the opportunity to travel the world as the face and voice of Roxy including travelling to the Roxy Pro in Biarritz France.

"They will learn to surf some of the best waves in the world, hang with the pro athletes and be outfitted in head-to-toe ROXY apparel.

"The winners will also get to record a song in a music studio, win a cash prize, meet Roxy designers and experience life the way ROXY girls do.

"They will bring home priceless memories."

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