CAPTION: Superchick sisters Melissa Brock (left) and Tricia Baumhardt (right) work the crowds at an “Alive Tour” show in McAlisterville, Pa. on Sunday, May 16. The girls set up Superchick’s song “So Beautiful” with a brief introduction to “Operation Beautiful,” an international campaign that encourages women to post anonymous notes with positive messages about self-image in public places for others to find, in hopes of ending “fat talk” and helping women to love themselves just the way they are. Tricia and Melissa will continue to promote “Operation Beautiful” on their spring and summer tours across the US, Europe, and South America, encouraging fans to join the movement and post notes of their own to help spread love and confidence to women everywhere. Find out more about “Operation Beautiful” at www.OperationBeautiful.com.
For a list of “Alive Tour” dates, visit: www.superchickonline.com.

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