Fabulous Flashcast! Celebrates 21 Years of Impeccable Service in Los Angeles; Recent Bookings: Baby Gap, Old Navy, Pampers, Huggies, BabyStyle, Disney and Target Stores

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Fabulous Flashcast is proud to announce 21 years of business in an extremely competitive cut throat industry. The company, founded in 1988 by CEO C. Carranza, is now the number one service nationwide for parents of young children and babies looking to break them into the exciting entertainment industry.

Fabulous Flashcast, now celebrating 21 years in Los Angeles, is proud to be the number one service for young children and babies in the entertainment industry.

"It's tough, this is an extremely competitive and cut throat business", says CEO, Carranza. "We've had our ups and downs like any business, but have managed to now be recognized in the industry as the number one baby service, that means a lot to us", says Carranza.

Carranza, who used to own his own State licensed and bonded talent agency in Los Angeles, saw a serious need for a special service which catered to children under the age of 5. "When I had my agency, we would get called daily by mothers wanting to get their children involved in this business, says Carranza. "The reality is most talent agents do not represent children under 5...period", he adds.

When asked why, Carranza responded by saying, "No offense, but most talent agents don't wish to deal with industry new parents who have a million and one questions, they don't have the time, and babies are constantly changing ... and must have their photos updated often... talent agents don't have the staffing for that... that's why they love Fabulous Flashcast...we handle that for them", says Carranza.

Apparently, the company has quite a track record of success, with their accepted clients booking numerous projects. You can check out their website at http://www.fabulousflashcast.com.

One of the best things new parents love about Fabulous Flashcast is the company works with regular home snapshots taken by the parents and does not require parents to purchase expensive portfolios. "Young children are constantly changing says Carranza, it's a complete waste of money for the parents...casting directors and photographers want to see how a child looks now, not when they went out and purchased a useless portfolio, which can cost thousands", he firmly adds.

If you think your child may have STAR potential, you're encouraged to email Fabulous Flashcast one cute snapshot of your cutie patootie! Hey, you never know! newfaces @ fabulousflashcast.com.


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