Glasgow Woman is Finalist in PETA’s Hottest Vegan Competition
For Immediate Release:
2 June 2016
Sascha Camilli +44 (0) 20 7837 6327, ext 235; [email protected]
GLASGOW WOMAN IS FINALIST IN PETA’S ‘HOTTEST VEGAN’ COMPETITION
Winners Will Receive Stay at Luxury Boutique Hotel in London
Glasgow – What does Stefanie Moir, a local of Glasgow, have in common with Ellie Goulding, Natalie Portman and Jessica Chastain? They are all sizzling, sexy vegans! Moir, 23, beat out other entrants to become one of four female finalists in PETA’s Hottest Vegan Competition 2016.
Moir describes herself as “bubbly and outgoing”. She went vegan three years ago out of a desire to live a healthy, cruelty-free life. “I went vegan to be able to live the healthiest and fittest life whilst also reducing cruelty to animals”, she says. “I have watched numerous documentaries … and read lots of articles … and I wanted to do my part to reduce the suffering of animals and the damage to the planet.” Moir runs the blog NaturallyStefanie.com and also has a popular YouTube channel where she coaches people who want to make the compassionate switch to a plant-based lifestyle.
“Vegans are, on average, slimmer and healthier and have more energy than their meat-eating peers – plus, there’s nothing hotter than compassion”, says PETA Director Mimi Bekhechi. “All the finalists are already winners because they eat delicious, healthy foods that don’t harm a hair, feather or fin on an animal’s body.”
To see photographs and biographies of all the belles and beaux selected as finalists, click here. You can vote for your favourite contestants – one woman and one man – to let PETA know whom you think it should select as the winners. Two winners (one female and one male) will each receive a one-night stay for two at the luxury boutique hotel La Suite West in London, which will include a vegan breakfast as well as a dinner prepared by vegan Head Chef Nik Heartland at its animal-free restaurant, RAW.
Voting on the finalists to help PETA determine the winners will run until 17 June. Winners will be chosen by PETA based on several factors, including vote count, and will be announced on 21 June. See the full contest details here.
Stefanie Moir is available for interviews. For more information and to vote in the contest, please visit PETA.org.uk.