Boston, MA, Nov 14, 2011 – The Adams Center of Boston and Peabody, MA recently announced a contest to choose the next Adams Center Ambassador. The winner of the contest will be asked to narrate their personal journey as they undergo Dr. Adams’s High Tech Facial Rejuvenation Program free of charge. The program to reverse facial aging combines non-surgical procedures, laser treatments, and medical grade skin care products for a customized skin transformation.
The Adams Center Ambassador Program was designed to educate followers on non-surgical cosmetic procedures, treatments, and products. Ambassadors will narrate their personal transformation in the form of video interviews, personal written statements, and before and after photos. The program will be offered free of charge for the chosen patient.
“Our hope is that these personal narratives will assist you in achieving your own personal skin care goals. I view the Ambassador Program as a forum for education and hope followers will take the opportunity to participate by asking questions and sharing this information with friends and family,” says Dr. Adams.
The Adams Center is looking for eager candidates who are comfortable in sharing their personal skin care transformation. Finalists will be selected at the end of November and scheduled for a personal consultation with Dr. Adams. A male and female ambassador will be chosen from this group of finalists.
To be eligible candidates must be between the ages of 35-60 and live within 25 miles of the Peabody or Boston office location. The program requires a 6-month commitment and formal agreement to complete all 6 stages of the program. The chosen ambassador will receive all treatments and services free of charge and will only be required to purchase the prescribed skin care products.
“I am confident that upon completion on the program, the Adams Center Ambassadors will see results that far exceeded their original expectations. I am very excited about the educational opportunities this program will afford us,” Dr. Adams commented.
Click here for more information on the Adams Center Ambassador Contest and Program