Thousands of Curvy Women in Los Angeles Come Out for The PZI Jeans – LisaRaye Model Search

Masses of curvy women rushed to the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills, California for a chance to audition for the launch of PZI JeansLisaRaye Collection Model Search. Over 3000 women applied andapproximately 800 women made it to the final casting. Women of all shades, colors and hourglass curves turned out in hopes of being selected as the final ten models/ambassadors chosen to launch the PZI Jeans LisaRaye Collection, slated to premier Summer 2011.

LisaRaye is anactress and the star of “LisaRaye: The Real McCoy”, TV One’s number one rated show. LisaRaye is also a model and businesswoman known for her beauty, charm and stylish white wardrobe. After trying on a pair of PZI Jeans and discovering a jean that finally fit her curvy body, LisaRaye decided to collaborate with PZI Jeans to create a white collection of denim to fit women with hourglass curves. PZI Jeans are engineered for women with more in the hips and rear and a smaller waistline. The merger of PZI Jeans, being the ultimate fit in denim for the woman with curves and LisaRaye a sexy curvy celebrity, creates a business opportunity beyond reproach.

LisaRaye was overwhelmed with the response of the women who came out to audition and the women were equally overwhelmed and exuberant about her presence. The women’s faces lit up as LisaRaye used her wow factor to introduce the PZI Jeans LisaRaye Collection. Trying to reduce over seven hundred women down to ten was a challenge. The final ten girls were excited beyond belief. “We knew LisaRaye was the right fit for us, she embraces the beauty of her curves and has the personality to make every woman embrace the beauty of her shape. The response and turn out verified we were right on point with LisaRaye” , states Dan Jason, President and Co-Founder.

“Clearly there is a demand for women with curves in the fashion industry and we have known that for the past nine years that we have invested in providing jeans to women that finally fit. Model calls on the East Coast for women with curves are popular, so to come to Los Angeles and have such an amazing response, lets us know that women who may not be a size two or four have confidence and are excited about a model search for real women with real curves”, states Claire Jason, Vice President and Co-Founder.

The PZI JeansLisaRaye Collection will give women the option to wear white jeans and to finally have jeans that fit!

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Cut-Backs This Christmas – New Survey Reveals Financing Christmas is a Worry For 83% of Brits

Only a month remains before Christmas and new survey finds that Brits are worrying about their money situation.

• 42% of Brits are in debt due to Christmas 2010
• 25% of people are buying second hand gifts from eBay or charity shops
• 15% are selling their jewellery and gold to fund Christmas presents
• 83% are worried about how to pay for everything
• 84% want to spend less than last year

01 December 2010 – Christmas might not be a happy time this year, as money worries around 83% of people; 84% of people in the UK are trying to reduce their spending; and 26% have even thought about cancelling the event altogether.

Out of 1,000 UK respondents to the survey, one third of people will reduce their Christmas expenditure by 25% and one in four will half (50%) their spending on Christmas activities, presents and parties.

12% aren’t buying a tree this year; 30% are going to less parties; 49% of kids won’t get as many presents this year; 57% of people are spending less on their partners; 54% will reduce the amount of festive food down; and 54% will use old clothes instead of new ones for festive parties. contact, Mr Simon Terry said: “Christmas is an expensive time for many and with January’s VAT increase, job security worries and job cuts, people are really scared of how much Christmas is going to cost this year”.

With Christmas costing so much, 42% of people are in debt as a result and although it is a time for giving only 8.5% will get a bonus from their work.

Jewellery and gold are being sold by the UK public (15%) in order to raise some capital to pay for festivities. 35% of people are worried about the interest rates of credit cards (33% of people use them for presents) and short-term loans (3% take them out at Christmas). One in four are resorting to buying used goods from eBay or pre-owned gifts from charity shops to try and save money.

Mr Terry added to his comment: “The UK public can save money on most brands, using our codes and discount vouchers. By being wiser about money and even haggling on the RRP of goods, it should make Christmas more enjoyable this year”.

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