‘Boys Don’t Cry’: How Girls Are Taking Over The Business Of Drama In 2017
Seo services is launching a new online service for girls with the slogan “boys don’t cry” for their upcoming third season.
The service is called “Boys don’t Cry,” and it’s geared towards girls ages 7 to 11.
“Our goal with the new service is to empower girls to be the ‘voice of their story’ and to empower them to make their voices heard in the entertainment industry,” Seo said in a statement.
“We believe boys don’t have to cry.”
Seo has worked with several Hollywood celebrities over the years including actress Shailene Woodley, actor Robert De Niro, comedian Jimmy Kimmel and singer-songwriter Taylor Swift.
Seo said it’s a “tremendous honor” to have been a part of the new series.
“The girls we work with on the show are incredibly passionate about their stories and have been through some incredible experiences,” Seos creative director, Melissa McEwan, told the BBC.
“So we wanted to make sure we were taking care of the girls, not only by bringing their stories to life but also making sure they feel supported and supported in their own stories and their own lives.”
We’re all really happy to have them as part of our team, and I’m so excited to be able to help them get the best out of this journey,” McEwin continued.
The show’s official website, Seo Consulting Services, will feature information on how to use the service, including advice on how the service can help girls develop their careers and develop friendships.