After several months of votes, sponsorship from the best brands and venues in the world, Theresa Longo landed a spot at The Fashion Hero Season One Filming November 2015!
“The Fashion Hero” is an exciting new television series filmed it’s premiere season in sunny Cancun Mexico, and will air on some of the largest television networks around the world.
Theresa’s biggest sponsors came from her hometown Peterborough, Ontario. The Venue Peterborough, Dolce Vita Restaurant and The Whiskey Club all backed Theresa’s bid for the Fashion Hero’s Ultimate Title!
The Peterborough Examiner featured a lovely story about this Canadian Feature Film Actress’ rise to the top!
Theresa says “When we weren’t on technological lockdown, we took a lot of photos! 🙂 However, for much of the contest we were required to surrender our phones! You will have to tune into Season One to see the highlights, challenges, and final choices for brand ambassadors! I am thrilled to have represented top Canadian Dentistry company: Da Vinci Dentistry at The Fashion Hero.”
Watch The Full Preview to Season One Here
Enjoy the fun photos! Behind the scenes at the Season One Preview| The Fashion Hero
Voting is now open for Season Two! Vote for Theresa HERE! 🙂 Thank you!!
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Here are just a few of the many standout brands at CPMA (Canadian Produce Marketing Association) annual trade show in Toronto Ontario 2017. Theresa Longo attends on behalf of Made in Blu! Do you recognize some of these top quality brands?
The feeling definitely stayed after driving the Lincoln MKX around this Spring in beautiful Toronto Ontario. While the city hustles and bustles outside you’re nestled in an upscale 2017 Lincoln MKX with a stellar sound system. All photos by Hans Janzen.
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