Empowerment and fun for teen girls

Princess Boot Camp is about having fun and empowering teens for the future.

Princess Boot Camp South Africa has announced its partnership with Essence Cosmetics South Africa and is pleased to announce its upcoming boot camp on 3 March, hosted at Masada Eco Farm in Gauteng.

The event is an empowerment camp for teenage girls in South Africa, and aims to inspire the youth of our country by hosting them at weekend camps. It will include motivation and life skills training in the morning, model and pageant coaching in the afternoon and a pamper party which turns into a slumber party after dinner to close off the event.

Founder of Princess Boot Camp, Keri Stroebel said, “This partnership means that the girls attending our camps will be able to use quality makeup products during their makeup lessons and take it home with them. I appreciate the Essence Team for believing in and supporting this empowerment project.”

Essence is distributed through Cosmetix, a South African registered company and prides itself on its ability to successfully represent and market both local and international cosmetic brands. Essence was launched by Cosmetix in South Africa in 2009.

Stroebel said, “Princess Boot Camp South Africa is going from strength to strength and we are looking for ladies who want to work hard and are determined to succeed. It’s about teaching the girls to trust themselves and become the best version of who they already are.”

Sign up for an upcoming camp here: www.princessbootcampsa.co.za/signup

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Jessica Knibbs [email protected]

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