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Florida’s beachwear company, has a model of Down’s syndrome

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A behind-the-scenes video of the photo shoot. 

Florida beachwear company has been featured in a 16-year-old model with Down’s syndrome in the new ad campaign, with the goal of hopefully inspiring other companies to become more inclusive.

Ethan Holt, 16, from California. Petersburg, russia, have been modeled for the Surf-Style clothing and souvenirs, retail supply chain, and has been featured in the new digital and social media campaigns.

“I’m very excited about it,” He told Fox News. “It’s cool, and I like it.”

“It’s definitely a mom’s proud moment,” He is also a mother, and Phoy, he said, adding that she is emotional from the outpouring of support and attention.

Florida beachwear company has been featured Ethan Holt, a 16-year-old model with Down’s syndrome in their new advertising campaign.
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She told me that her son loves the water and has been in the Special Olympics paddleboard team, and the swim team, which is the model for a beachwear company, it was the perfect gig.

“I guess you could say that it was a match made in heaven,” Phoy said.

Surf Style is Everything for the campaign after representatives from the not-for-profit organization, who Help Us in Gathering (HUG), which has been working to break down barriers for people with disabilities, and introduced the candidate as a model for the leaders in the last month.

According to the Surf Style of the web site, the company had been having an affair for the sake of his charisma, and love of the camera, and to set an example of inclusion.

Surf-Style, and decided to use Everything in his campaign and after is a non-profit group, asked for the supervisors last month.
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“We will strive to create an atmosphere of inclusion in all of our stores,” said the Surf-Style, marketing manager, Tara Malinasky. “We are hoping that this will be a good example for a job for people with disabilities in their marketing efforts, as well,” she said.

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The photo shoot took place on the 30th of July, both outside and inside the Surf Style with the flagship store located in the area of Clearwater Beach, which is about 45 minutes away from Tampa.

TOY company founder, Robin Lally, said that the non-profit had been working for months to help, He is also a jumpstart to his career, but at first, the local talent agents told her that there was “no market” for any of the models, who are living with a disability.

The photo shoot took place on the 30th of July, both outside and inside the Surf Style with the flagship store located in the area of Clearwater Beach, which is about 45 minutes away from Tampa.
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Lally, citing a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that 1 in every 4 AMERICAN adults who live with a disability, but the advertising campaigns are rare, people with a disability.”

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“Surf’ s decision to include the feature, He has been a major step forward in the direction of a future where people of all skill levels to feel and be present,” Lally explained.

He told Fox News he would like to continue with modeling, and hoping to get booked for some shows in the near future.

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