November 13, 2006
By Tiffany Simmons
Valdosta -The makers of a series of risque DVD's hope to convince some South Georgia co-eds to bare it all, on camera.
Girls Gone Wild is coming to Valdosta. The company sells videos of primarily college-age women flashing the camera or engaging in sexual activity.
The Student Government Association at Valdosta State University wants students to be aware the film crews might try to target them. "Girls Gone Wild, it's not the best activity that students could participate in. It might reflect poorly on the school however, especially when we're trying to promote more students and increase attendance and increase enrollment," says Senior SGA officer Diana Hansard
Girls Gone Wild is promoting that its crews will film in Valdosta this Saturday.
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