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PROFESSIONAL CHEF AND FITNESS TRAINER:
Out Impact Finds Out How Bravo’s Jesse Brune Has Worked It Out
July 24, 2008 (New York, NY)—Jesse Brune, known to TV viewers as one of the trainers on the popular reality series “Work Out,” seen on Bravo, recently spoke to Out Impact about life on the show and how he came to appear on it. Brune spoke to Out Impact, the popular gay men and women’s website, prior to his appearance at New York City’s Gay Pride Parade, in his role as spokesman for Nair for Men.
Brune was in culinary school when he also got certified to be a personal trainer, as a way to keep off the pounds in class. A client in one of his boot camp classes recommended him to the producers and soon he was added as the newest trainer at Sky Gym. He discusses his unique background and reveals other details about the show and his life as a personal trainer and chef. Among the subjects touched on:
· His most inspiring client
· Working with gym owner Jackie Warner and the firing of Peeler on the series
· How he writes personal food menus for his clients
· How he didn’t realize he was a role model for other gay men
To read the complete interview, go to: www.outimpact.com/new-york-city/sweating-bullets-with-jesse-brune/
About Out Impact
Out Impact was established in May 2007 and is growing to become a leading gay omnimedia company for both gay men and women with a strong focus on making a positive impact within the gay community. Out Impact reminds everyone to support nonprofit causes in their daily lives and to make their own impact.
Out Impact regularly features entertainment interviews and stories with upcoming and current entertainers of all genres, people who are making a difference, and much more. It also creates national events which partially benefit various non-profits emphasizing having a good time for a good cause.
It attracts a hip audience of gay and gay-friendly men and women, driven to make a positive difference, to always give back, to live life to the fullest and to have fun. In December 2007, Out Impact launched its “Empower All People” AIDS Awareness Campaign. For more information on Out Impact and “Empower All People,” go to http://www.outimpact.com.
Interviews with Out Impact’s founder Bambi Weavil are available upon request at 212-675-4690 or Stephen@SASiPublicRelations.com.