Getting What You Want Publishing Releases Its 2016 The Women of CLASS Calendar

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Getting What You Want Publishing has released The Women of CLASS 2016 Calendar symbolizing what is possible for women over 50. Its mission is to inspire women of all ages to own their feminine power and exhibit it in their beauty, sensuality, passion and desire to improve the quality of life on the planet.

The Women of CLASS 2016 Calendar, modeled in the fashion of the original Calendar Girls/Alternate WI Calendar of 2000, depicts 12 Beautiful Women between the ages of 50 and 75 who restarted their lives after corporate careers by creating businesses.

Getting What You Want Publishing, in conjunction with Val Westover Photography, has released The Women of CLASS 2016 Calendar. It is available to the public at http://www.thewomenofclass.com

The Women of CLASS 2016 Calendar, modeled in the fashion of the original Calendar Girls/Alternate WI Calendar of 2000, depicts 12 Beautiful Women between the ages of 50 and 75 who restarted their lives after maintaining corporate careers by creating businesses. The Calendar was a result of a brainstorming session in Craig Duswalt’s Marketing Mastermind. All of the models are members who believe strongly that entrepreneurship is fundamental to the restoration and expansion of the American economy. The women bared their bodies tastefully, modestly and with class to promote entrepreneurs and the charitable organizations they support.

The goal of these extremely creative and talented women was to exhibit their beauty and personal power in a way that will empower and inspire other women to risk being brave enough to step up and out in some unique way. Additionally, they wanted to give back by sharing profits from this calendar with several charitable organizations that they support.

A portion of the proceeds from the sales of this calendar will be given back to several deserving organizations. Among those organizations that will benefit from distribution are:

  • The Alzheimer’s Association, the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.    
  • Scatter Joy Acres, which rescues, feeds and cares for neglected, hungry and abandoned animals.
  • Keshet Center for the Arts, whose mission is to inspire and unite the community by fostering unlimited possibilities through dance, mentorship and a creative space for the arts.
  • A Servants Heart Outreach Global, which provides enhancement services and resources for the under-served population to help them reach their goals in life.

The photographer, Stephanie Adriana Westover, is a recognized and celebrated Orange County, California-boudoir photographer, who captured the essence of each of these women. An additional surprising effect was a personal growth supermodel experience for each of the models.

Getting What You Want Publishing is a division of Getting What You Want, Inc., a corporation that focuses on empowering men and women to own their personal power and use it to create permanent loving relationships that encompass the essential ingredients for successful marriage.

Susan Sheppard, the CEO of Getting What You Want, is the publisher of the Calendar. She initiated this project to remind women that they should never settle. They always have a choice and are beautiful creatures who deserve to be cherished in life, birth new ideas and get everything they want.

Susan is confident that the mission of the calendar and its presentation is in alignment with the underlying mission of Getting What You Want, Inc. which is to enhance self-esteem and promote personal power.

Every year, new calendars are released with a cause in mind. The Women of CLASS Calendar’s cause is to support women of all ages to thrive and release their creativity in new and unusual ways, especially focusing on those women who might harbor a doubt that they are as valuable to society as they were in their younger years. Never deny the beauty or intelligence provided by women of experience. http://www.thewomenofclass.com

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