Jeremy Meeks 'Heart Throb Convict' Gets Bail Proposal

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Pruno & Hooch is donating 50% of its profits to assist Jeremy Meeks' $1,000,000 bail.

Pruno & Hooch Inc. a wine and apparel company announced that starting today 'til June 30th, 2014, it will donate 50% of all profits made from sales, towards Jeremy Meeks' bail, through their online store,, in hopes to retain him as their brand ambassador for their prison wine company. Pruno & Hooch Inc. is on a mission to raise enough money to grant Mr. Meeks his bail. Meeks who is held at San Joaquin sheriffs station on $1,000,000 bail; has become quite the internet sensation after his mug shot went viral.

Wendy Davis, spokes person for Pruno & Hooch stated: Although we dont support criminal activities we do believe that everyone is innocent until proven guilty. Davis stated: As statistics show, inmates who receive bail have a much better chance at fighting their case fairly. Davis also went on to say The fact is, this guy is hot, and a lot of women find him extremely attractive. We think Meeks would make a great brand ambassador for Pruno & Hooch. The way that America has looked at inmates has clearly changed over the last few years with entertainment shows such as, Orange Is The New Black; a show that gives the backstories on inmates, which is not just interesting, but informative to viewers, erasing some of the stigma that comes with prisoners.

Pruno & Hooch Inc. is a company that is passionate about rehabilitation of former inmates. In fact, 5% of all their earnings are donated to Homeboy Industries, an organization that helps released inmates get jobs, and transition into society successfully. Freeing Meeks; An avant-garde approach to marketing by Pruno & Hooch Inc., it is said that they are poised to be the next big trend. This is clearly not a Calvin Klein add for Mr. Meeks, but from a branding perspective this is a perfect match for Pruno & Hooch Inc. To donate to Mr. Meeks and his bail, shop online at or visit the indiegogo site at:

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with, CONTACT: call Suzanne Brinkerhoff at 310-663-2225 or email Suzanne at suzanne(at)prunoandhooch(dot)com.

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