September 27, 2010
On March 12, 2008, MarketWire.com posted a press release regarding Cycle 7‘s winner CariDee English and her involvement with the Psoriasis Education Program (PEP). Here is the text from the press release (Posted by Incipit Integrated Communications / Karen Cutaia):
From Top Model to Role Model-LOUD & CLEAR With CariDee Canadian Tour
CariDee English reaches out to the nearly 1 million Canadian psoriasis sufferers
TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – March 12, 2008) – Psoriasis is a serious skin disease that affects 1 in 30 Canadians. America’s Next Top Model Cycle 7 winner CariDee English suffers from the illness. At its worst, the red, inflamed scaly patches of skin (plaques) associated with psoriasis covered nearly 70% of her body, including her face. CariDee’s dream of becoming a model was almost shattered. But she persevered and with the help of a dermatologist, found a treatment that worked for her. CariDee is now sharing her inspiring story from coast to coast on the LOUD & CLEAR with CariDee Canadian Tour.
“When I was younger, I felt cursed with psoriasis. It was very hard growing up as a teenager, and later when I started my modeling career. But I’ve managed to take control of the disease and fulfill my dreams thanks to a new biologic treatment. Who would have thought the girl who grew up dreading looking in the mirror would one day make a living from her appearance?”
With determination and persistence, English worked to find the right therapy. “I was frustrated and depressed, and knew I had to find a treatment that worked.” CariDee advises Canadian psoriasis sufferers to talk to their dermatologist about new treatment options: take control of the disease and don’t let it control you. “You can take control of your life, overcome psoriasis and live out your dreams.”
The LOUD & CLEAR with CariDee Canadian Tour is presented by the Psoriasis Education Program (PEP), a national public awareness program that provides accurate, comprehensive and non-commercial information on psoriasis to patients, families, health care professionals and the general public. For more information, visit psoriasisinfo.ca/forum.
LOUD & CLEAR with CariDee Canadian Tour
Halifax: Thursday, April 3rd at 7pm Royal Bank Theatre, Halifax Infirmary
Montreal: Friday, April 4th at 7pm Palmer Lecture Hall, McIntyre Medical Bldg, McGill University
Toronto: Saturday, April 5th at 2pm LifeFest at Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building, Main Stage
Edmonton: Monday, April 7th at 7pm Lister Centre, Wild Rose Room, 2nd Floor, University of Alberta
Surrey: Tuesday, April 8th at 7pm Westminster Credit Union Lecture Theatre, Mezzanine Simon Fraser University
July 27, 2010
June 2, 2010
On January 20, 2010, PRLog.com posted a press release regarding Cycle 5‘s Bre Scullark and her recent career opportunities and philanthropical endeavors. Here is the text from the press release (Posted by Janice McCafferty):
“Bre” from America’s Next Top Model Takes It to the Next Level
Bre becomes a celebrity blogger on Global Grind and honeymag.com and named ambassador for philanthropy
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PR Log (Press Release) – Jan 20, 2010 – Continuing her quest as one of the most memorable contestants on America’s Next Top Model (ANTM), Brittany Scullark affectionately referred to as Bre, has recently joined the popular Global Grind interactive community as a featured celebrity blogger as well as a columnist on honeymag.com. In an effort to connect personally with her continually growing fan base, Bre will launch her personal UStream Show at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/kissbre beginning today Wednesday January 20, 2010 to air live at 7 pm PST. Guests to the show can interact with Bre through the UStream chat forum. They will also get a firsthand look at Bre’s career updates, a personal look into her life after ANTM, celebrity interviews and updates on fashion and beauty tips.
In keeping with her efforts to give back, Bre has recently been named the Ambassador to the Rights to Rights Foundation http://www.righttorightsfoundation.org
The Right to Rights Foundation is an organization based and registered in Ghana, West Africa whose main goal and mission is to ensure that the less fortunate in the country are given the opportunity to enjoy their Basic Human Rights as outlined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Right to Rights is even dedicating the month of January to Haiti with all the funds they receive (as donations) going to the Haiti Earthquake Relief through http://www.yele.org.
To spread the word of these career and ambassador endeavors, Bre has also recently signed with Janice Mc Cafferty Communications, Inc while launching a brand new website http://www.kissbre.com.
Bre is available for interviews on beauty tips, make-overs, modeling tips, how to become a model, fashion trends plus all her philanthropy efforts.
For more information on Bre, please visit: http://www.kissbre.com
More than just another pretty face, Bre the superstar model, turned actress, turned on-camera host is the next “It Girl” the world is falling in love with. Bre has a dynamic personality that is both magnetic and adoring. To know Bre is to feel what lighting up a room is all about.
As one of the most memorable models from Tyra Banks/CW’s hit reality television show America’s Next Top Model (cycle 5), Bre was the girl whose personality shined the brightest. After her stint on the famed modeling show, not only was Bre quickly signed with Ford Models in New York City and Los Angeles, but she was also enlisted by both the Don Buckwuld and Associates Talent Agency in New York and Innovative Artists Agency in Los Angeles to venture into broadcast commercial work. Shortly following, Bre was also signed by AKA Talent Agency in Los Angeles. Following these successes, Bre also began working as an on-camera correspondent for The Tyra Banks Show.
Bre currently participates in seasonal fashion shows and regularly appears on broadcast television. In addition, her brand is consistently used for international print campaigns. Her credits include work with: BET’s Rip the Runway, Good Morning America, Essence Magazine, CosmoGirl Magazine, Jet Magazine and more. Bre’s commercial campaigns include: Pantene, Dark and Lovely and Ambi Skincare.
As the spokes-model for the Drop Dead Gorgeous Organization, http://dropdeadgorgeousevent.org/index.htm Bre works to help raise funds and awareness about child sex trafficking. DDG is a nonprofit foundation which engages the fashion and entertainment industries as its vehicle to combat child sex trafficking. Another organization close to Bre’s heart is the Peace4Kids organization http://www.peace4kids.org. Peace4Kids provides programs and services for foster and at-risk youth from ages 5-18, and after emancipation until age 24.
Bre’s most recent accomplishments came when she was granted her own column on the popular honeymag.com website and being signed to a Chicago Division of Ford Models.
Janice Mc Cafferty Communications Inc. is a publicity firm specializing in beauty, fashion and talent public relations.