Moffat Man is Finalist in PETA’s ‘Hottest Vegan’ Competition

 

For Immediate Release:

20 July 2017

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Jennifer White +44 (0) 20 7837 6327, ext 222; [email protected]

MOFFAT MAN IS FINALIST IN PETA’S ‘HOTTEST VEGAN’ COMPETITION

Winners of Annual Contest Will Receive an Eight-Course Gourmet Vegan Meal for Two at Gauthier Soho

Moffat, Scotland– What does Moffat native Neil McGill have in common with Joaquin Phoenix, Jared Leto, and David Haye? They’re all sizzling, sexy vegans! The 30-year-old beat out numerous other entrants to become one of seven male finalists in PETA’s UK and Ireland’s Hottest Vegan Competition 2017.

Photos are also available here and here.

McGill is an HGV driver and a passionate Save Movement activist. “After talking to a friend and watching the documentary Earthlings, I was awakened to the harm and injustice of the meat industry,” he says. “I made a decision overnight that I wanted no part in it. … Six months on, I’m absolutely loving life! I’ve been travelling, meeting loads of cool people, and constantly talking about veganism.”

“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 Elisa Allen. “Each one of the finalists in PETA’s contest is a testament to how sexy vegans are – inside and out.”

To see photographs and biographies of all the belles and beaux selected as finalists, click here. You can vote for your favourite contestants – one man and one woman – to let PETA know whom you think it should select as the winners. Each winner – one man and one woman – will receive an eight-course vegan taster menu for two at top London restaurant Gauthier Soho.

Voting on the finalists to help PETA determine the winners will run until 28 July. Winners will be chosen by PETA based on several factors, including vote count, and will be announced by 4 August. See the full contest details here.

McGill is available for interviews. For more information and to vote in the contest, please visit PETA.org.uk.

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