Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) September 6, 2006
“The rags to riches, American-entrepreneur success story” of Glenn and Mindy Stearns, of Orange County, that was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, comes to life in a cover story of the October issue of Celeb Staff Magazine (http://www.celebstaff.com). The Cinderella story of Mindy Burbano Stearns began when she was discovered by Oprah Winfrey while making animal calls as an audience member. The KTLA-TV Ch. 5 Anchor found her true calling in the entertainment industry, leaving what she thought was a lifetime career as a dental hygienist.
Glenn Stearns grew up in the Maryland Projects and failed the fourth grade, but later finished college, became a loan officer in real estate, started his own companies and later owned 20. His luck changed when he first step foot in Orange County and became fascinated with the mansions that lined the coast. Stearns started his own Mortgage Company and the rest is the “riches, American entrepreneur” part of the story featured in the October issue of Celeb Staff Magazine available in two weeks. In this exclusive, cover story, Celeb Staff showcases the Stearns’ storybook lives, and how they define wealth beyond material terms, with style, zest, altruism, family values and fun. The article provides an entertaining example of a glamorous couple balancing many personal and public priorities in the most satisfying way. The Stearns have indeed dedicated a greater part of their lives to helping disadvantaged youths reach their full potential through the Stearns Family Charitable Foundation (http://www.glennandmindy.com).
Celeb Staff Magazine has discovered in its extensive coverage of managing mansions and luxury estates that relationships among employers and their domestic staff can be very complex. Issues in letters to the editors prompted follow-up coverage. Now, Celeb Staff features a poll, which is also going to be posted online at http://www.celebstaff.com asking the question that begs an answer from readers. The October issue poll question asks, “Am I too sexy to work for you?” The last issue poll question was also controversial and read, “Should household staff be permitted to take home leftovers or surplus provisions?” It allows readers to vote. The results of that poll will be published in the October issue.
The home issue of Celeb Staff Magazine also spotlights the latest in kitchen design and trends. Readers will have the opportunity to learn about the exciting possibilities that will satisfy the most refined requirement whether one’s taste runs to contemporary or traditional Another story covers an in-depth look at custom designed wine cellars, an expanded focus on custom-built whole rooms designed for wine connoisseurs by special companies to store their finest vintage wines and to showcase and protect their delicate investments.
Meantime, Celeb Staff Magazine has partnered with MAYO Communications, Los Angeles, for media relations, product placement and to help get the word out on upcoming issues and stories featured in its magazine which is distributed nationally through a wide subscription base and on newsstands.
In addition, the magazine is mailed out to the homes of a little over 10,000 individual celebrities who are listed in Celeb Staff’s exclusive Social Diary Register. Celeb Staff magazine is about managing the mansions and estates of the very wealthy and about the staff that caters to their every need. It deals with a wide range of topics pertaining to the luxury lifestyle of the super wealthy ranging from where the mega rich shop, who they hire, what they eat, how they stay fit, to where they vacation. The magazine is also available in five-star hotels, private golf clubs, upscale spas and salons, etc.
About Celeb Staff Magazine
Celeb Staff Magazine is owned by Golden Eagle Publishing House, Inc. and is the authority on managing mansions and estates. Its editorial content is intended for the most discerning consumers. Published bi-monthly, every issue of Celeb Staff comes with exclusive coverage on what it really takes to live in the highest circles, to have well-run estates and to enjoy all the amenities of an affluent lifestyle. For the average Joe this type of lifestyle is unimaginable but those that live it will have it no other way.
Editors note: For advanced media interviews and images, please contact George McQuade or Aida Mayo at MAYO Communications, Los Angeles, 818-340-5300, or call Celeb Staff Magazine at 310-273-9176. For subscriptions, go to http://www.celebstaff.com.
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