Models & Members – Join OMP at Ujena Jam in Mexico

The Ujena Jam is the oldest and biggest swimwear model-photographer search in the world. The first Jam was held at the Beverly Hills Hotel in 1984, where Internet sensation Cindy Margolis was named runner-up. Since then thousands of models and photographers from around the world have participated in the Ujena Jam program.

Ujena is very excited to be working together with OneModelPlace.com to move the Ujena Jam to the next level. “If you are serious about being a model, photographer or makeup artist you need an OMP account. A lot of work will come your way,” says Ujena swimwear founder and CEO Bob Anderson. “We are working together with OMP on the Ujena Jam which will give you more exposure and opportunities. It is all about getting your name out front, having amazing images, and networking.”

Ujena holds three Ujena Jams annually. They are held at beautiful locations offering exciting backdrops. The June 11 Ujena Jam in Puerto Vallarta recently sold out and was a great success.

You can join Ujena and OneModelPlace.com in Cabo this October or in Cancun in February. Five night affordable all inclusive packages starting at $895. OMP will cover $50 of this cost if you are a member. Details at www.ujenajam.com.

“We are looking forward to meeting and working with our members in Cabo at the Ujena Jam this October,” says OMP marketing director Dan Beyer. “The Ujena Jam is a unique event with photo tours, fashion shows, fun parties, sporting events, workshops and an awards dinner. You can accomplish so much in just a few days and work side-by-side with the key players of Ujena swimwear company and OneModelPlace.com.”

Photo of Julieth from Colombia by Bruce Brandon (OMP Member #40592), taken at UjENA JAM Cancun 2011

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