The Vision Coaches
November 15, 2018
My life as a supermodel...
I'm flattered and more than a little self-conscious after being referenced as a "superhero" in a recent magazine article. I'd much prefer, as my kids will attest, to be called a "supermodel", but as they have pointed out my hairline doesn't exactly support this label!
Let me explain. I had the opportunity to be on the front cover of the Robert Simmonds business fashion magazine this year with two other supermodels, and superheros in their own right, Mallory Lennon of Reimagine Designs and Germaine Pataki-Therialt of Gallery 78.
But it's not me, but rather the $1MPledge, that's the real cover story.
Thanks to Paul Simmonds who is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of his popular clothing store, Robert Simmonds, in Fredericton, I had the opportunity to shine a light on the $1MPledge and all the local businesses and entrepreneurs that have come on board to raise $1 Million for great causes.
This year's magazine showcases people behind prominent businesses and organizations - from the world class Beaverbrook Art Gallery to new businesses and rejuvenated businesses like The Hartt Shoe Company - not to mention the fabulous clothing and accessories all from Robert Simmonds.
Mark Hemmings, a local photographer with clients worldwide, led the photo shoot and, along with the fabulous clothing from the Robert Simmonds store, turned me and my fellow entrepreneurs into, well, supermodels. If you didn't get a chance to see the magazine, you can read it (and look at the pictures) here!
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