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Jennie Garth was at Macy’s Herald Square in New York City on Friday to take part in the Go Red for Women National Casting Call campaign.

Go Red For Women – an initiative of the American Heart Association – launched the campaign to ask women to tell their stories of the choices they’ve made to live a healthy life and improve their well-being. The campaign wants to film women talking about how they turned personal choices into life-saving actions, with the segments to be shown on the Go Red for Women website and TV special.

“After learning of my own heart condition and losing my father to heart disease, I know how important it is to speak up about this silent killer,” said Garth. “Too many women remain unaware. We must spread the word to our friends, family and community about how to make the right choices every day. You can truly save lives with the power of your very own voice.”

To find out more about the campaign and how you can become involved, click here.

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