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Oak Brook, IL (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
Model-actress Joslyn Pennywell and Founder and CEO Tina Chan of powbab® have signed a spokes model and brand ambassador agreement. Pennywell, 23, is known as one of America’s Next Top Model (ANTM) top seven contestants in 2008 on cycle 11. In endorsing the superfood product, Pennywell will appear on the brand’s website, social media platforms and advertisement. Pennywell also will be highly proactive in promoting the powbab® brand through promotional giveaways and event appearances. http://www.powbab.com
“We are excited to have Joslyn be a part of our brand and spread the word on powbab® and the company’s love for the baobab superfruit,” says Tina Chan, CEO of Powbab, Inc.
Pennywell, an America ’s Next Top Model (ANTM) contestant is evolving into being every woman as she partners with Powbab Inc. to drive awareness to health & wellness with her glamour, beauty, style, personality and sportsmanship all in one. She possesses a rich diverse background that is impressive and inspirational. She was determined to give her best as she worked towards becoming a professional model and now has a story and example for many to follow.
Given her level of determination and dedication, Pennywell auditioned for America ’s Next Top Model 33 times before making it on cycle 11. Knowing that she wanted and deserved to be a contestant on ANTM, she traveled the U.S. auditioning for the show in Arkansas, Tennessee, Los Angeles, and Louisiana, before finally making it on the widely popular show. Pennywell let her talent shine while on the show, and although she did not win, the show’s Producer, Tyra Banks, was incredibly impressed by Pennywell’s perseverance, determination and modeling skills.
Powbab, Inc. is a superfood company located in Oak Brook, Illinois. The company focuses on superfood baobab with products including immunity antioxidant supplement baobab superfruit chews®, skincare product powbab® 100% baobab oil, and newly launching powbab® organic baobab superfruit powder.
Even though baobab fruit from Africa is an up and coming superfood for the US market, it has been eaten for thousands of years by Africans and the ancient Egyptians. The fruit has an impressive nutritional profile compared to other familiar superfoods in terms of antioxidants, vitamin C, fiber, potassium, and other vital nutrients and minerals. powbab® products are made from fair trade baobab and supports sustainable harvesting methods used by local African villagers.
Baobab superfruit chews® are a natural alternative to synthetic immunity brands, delivering 100% antioxidant needs per chew. Skincare product powbab® 100% baobab oil is organic and cold-pressed, feeding the skin nutrients including Vitamins A & E and Omega fatty acids 3, 6, & 9. powbab® organic baobab superfruit powder is high in Vitamin C and is easy to use in smoothies or baked goods.
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About Joslyn Pennywell
Joslyn Pennywell is from the quant village of Lucky, Louisiana. She moved to California to pursue a career in modeling, acting, and hosting. She was top seven on the hit television show “America’s Next Top Model" cycle 11. She graduated from Grambling State University with a degree in business management. She is a former Ebony Fashion Fair model, and has been featured in films and commercials. She is a former national Miss US 2006-2007 pageant and beauty queen. She love supporting charity organizations such as American Red Cross, Breast Cancer Society, and Toys for Tots. Add Joslyn Pennywell on social media at https://www.facebook.com/officialjoslynpennywell | @joslynpennywell.
powbab was started by Founder and CEO, Tina Chan, who was both career-ambitious and physically active. She was working in the investment world in corporate development and private equity and loved dancing ballet and training for triathlons on the side. However, in 2009, she suffered from a personal injury to her legs that severely worsened after a doctor gave her medicine and shots, resulting in major side effects. For some time, she was on crutches and in a wheel chair, seeking therapy and hoping that one day she would heal. The outcome was uncertain, and many times bleak. Recovery took over a year and half, and through that time, she discovered baobab. Add Powbab on social media at http://www.facebook.com/powbab | @powbab.