Posts tagged ‘Features’

January 24, 2011

Your Voluptuousness In FULL View

by M Stagg | The Voluptua Project™
voluptuous woman

Image by McBeth via Flickr

Greetings TVP Fam!

You’ve probably have seen our posts featuring influential and inspirational people and businesses before. Additionally, some of you have requested that we do interviews with those that we feature. To that end I’d like to introduce our forthcoming feature post format – In FULL View!

Beginning next Monday, In FULL View will combine the profile version of our feature with an interview component to bring you even closer into the lives of our curvalicious friends!

Interested in being featured? Send us a note via the Contact Page and tell us about yourself and/or your business and someone will follow up with you ASAP.

December 26, 2009

Get Featured on TVP!

by M Stagg | The Voluptua Project™
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Do you take pride in helping others? Do you or your business take great strides to make your community a better place to live, play and work? Then TVP wants to tell everyone about you or your business! To be featured here’s how to make it happen:

Beginning in January 2010, I’m going to showcase a business or individual that cares just as much as about creating better communities as they do about creating wealth for themselves. Send an email to VoluptuaProject [at] gmail [dot] com with Features Request in the Subject Line. In the body of the email provide the following:

Name | Business Name (if applicable) | Location (City/State/Province) | Business Contact # (Optional) | Primary Business Email Address | Your Background/Why You Started Your Business | Product/Service Offering (if applicable) | How are you/will you be of service to the community | A Brief Bio (Please Limit to 300 Words) | One Photo (Head shot is fine; full body or 3/4 shot would be best)

ANYONE can be featured. You do NOT have to be a plus model or in the entertainment/fashion/modeling industry to submit. The TVP Feature is open to both Curvy Ladies and Real Gents. Your business MUST have a community outreach component or plans for such a component. If you are not a business owner anything that serves as a means of uplifting your community is acceptable.

Questions? Please feel free to email me or comment below with any concerns.

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