Donald Trump's "Apprentice" Star Katrina Campins Bares It All For PETA
Katrina Campins gets naked to benefit People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
August 14, 2011 (Newswire.com) - MIAMI, FL - Photographer Jordan Michael Zuniga will debut his latest works, Women in Cages, at Cafeina in Wynwood with a VIP cocktail reception to benefit People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). The exhibition explores the politics surrounding the treatment of animals, and his subjects are some of Miami's most famous faces, including Donald Trump's former "The Apprentice" Season 1 Star & Bravo TV's Katrina Campins, Brooke Hogan, & super model Ines Rivero. Eighty percent of the proceeds from all sales of these photographic works will be donated to PETA. This powerful, sensual exhibition will be on display from Aug. 12 through Sept. 10.
Katrina joins a long list of other celebrities to bare it all for the animal welfare organization including Karina Smirnoff, Alacia Silverstone, Chester Benjamin, Dave Navarro, Carey Hart, Tommy Lee, Amar'e Stoudemire, Gilbert Arenas and Campins Company client, Willis McGahee.
About Katrina Campins
Following her introduction on the national stage from her success on the first season of The Apprentice, Katrina has forayed her initial media exposure into a multitude of television appearances, most notably as a correspondent on ESPN's Cold Pizza and as a cast member on BRAVO TV's Miami Social. She is a regular real estate contributor on Fox News. She has also appeared NBC, VH1, E!, HGTV, SiTV, Topps TV, Fox News, CNN, CNBC, ESPN, MTV, Bloomberg TV, Plum TV and BBC.
She is the founder of The Campins Company, a nationwide real estate brokerage representing over 270 celebrities, athletes, entertainers and business executives. This savvy, twenty-first century businesswoman speaks with genuine enthusiasm about the power of creating one's own destiny.
In 2004, Katrina launched The Campins Company -with headquarters in Miami Beach and branches in other major U.S. cities and has constructed an "A" list roster of clientele consisting of celebrities,
athletes and entrepreneurs. Katrina is among the most visible and successful real estate professionals in the country and her sales production ranks her among the top ½ percent of Realtors®.
Katrina formed the Sports & Entertainment division of the Campins Company in 2005 to better service her celebrity clients with their real estate needs throughout the entire United States. Since 2005, Katrina has personally represented over 270 athletes and/or entertainers in this capacity. http://www.tccse.com
In demand for her knowledge of innovative business negotiations that extend far beyond the realm of real estate, Katrina has been featured in numerous publications including her recognition as Realtor Magazine's "Top 30 Under 30" in 2004, Forbes, USA Today, NY Post, NY Times, Sports Illustrated, Ocean Drive, ESPN, Player Magazine, Variety Magazine, the covers of People Magazine, US Weekly, In Touch, and many more. She is also a motivational speaker.
Katrina's interests have grown substantially in the past two years and real estate is just one jewel in her ever-expanding crown. Katrina's latest venture is BEGR8ER, which leverages an incredible collective power of high-profile celebrities, athletes and entrepreneurs. BEGR8ER is an unstoppable force that is instilling a sense of self in our younger generation through the inspiring elements of music, film, television, fashion, social media & motivational speaking providing the tools necessary to Be A GR8ER YOU!
The full release with photos can be seen at www.CampinsLifestyle.com
About Jordan Michael Zuniga:
Jordan has worked with many professional entities in the U.S. and abroad, including Fashion TV, Elite Model Management, Next, Ford Models, Front Management, MC2 Model Management, True Religion, ADT, the U.S. Navy, SiTV, Mercedes-Benz, Victoria's Secret, Warner Bros., Selecta Magazine, Venue Magazine and Casa Casuarina.
Most days he can be found at his highly successful Red 1 Studios working with an array of clients. Jordan recently expanded his brand and scope of work to include philanthropic enterprises. Along those lines, he is currently involved with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Miami Heart Gallery, Haitian American Tree Trust and Cameras for Kids, among others.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 2 million members and supporters. PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in laboratories, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment industry.
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