Announcing Tabia The Model’s New Website
Graham, Washington, July 26, 2016 – Tabia Kocks is proud to announce the launch of her new website at www.TabiaTheModel.com.
Tabia’s new custom website is a stepping stone to reach her dream of becoming a model. As a twenty-three-year-old young woman with Down syndrome, Tabia has faced many challenges in her young life.
The obstacles that young women face pursuing their dream to become a model are numerous. For one with Down syndrome, those obstacles are multiplied enormously.
Tabia’s faith and fortitude to pursue her dream are amazing. Her example of persevering is one to be admired and followed. Her “never give up” attitude is contagious.
A natural in front of the camera, Tabia’s bright smile and pleasant disposition are clearly evident. Each shot captures the beauty of a young woman full of life and dreams.
Tabia’s New Website
Tabia’s custom website includes the following features:
- A mobile friendly design that can be viewed on multiple devices from desktop computers to smartphones.
- A horizontal menu that allows users to find what they need quickly.
- An interactive blog that provides viewers with up-to-date information about Tabia’s modeling career.
- Tabia’s social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.
The new website is the result of a combined marketing and social media campaign. “I am excited about my new website,” said Tabia. “I’m looking for opportunities where the disability/handicap doesn’t become an obstacle for my dream “modeling!” I hope that others will be able to learn about my dream and help me reach it.
The website was designed by R & R Web Design LLC, a Michigan web design company.
About Tabia Kocks
Learn more about Tabia Kocks by visiting her website at www.TabiaTheModel.com.
To view her photo gallery, please visit www.TabiaTheModel.com/gallery.
To contact Tabia about modeling opportunities or to promote your products, please see: www.TabiaTheModel.com/contact.
You’ve got to have a dream,
If you don’t have a dream,
How you gonna have a dream come true.
From the song, Happy Talk
Writer(s): Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II