For Immediate Release:
4 October 2018
Kaz Quinn Wins Prize Package Worth Hundreds of Dollars
Townsville – An impressive combination of charm, animal activism, and compassion has secured Kaz Quinn, a veterinary nurse from Townsville, the top honours in PETA’s Australia’s Hottest Vegan Competition 2018. She has received a three-month Vegan Mystery Box subscription from The Cruelty Free Shop, a 12-month subscription to The Australian Vegan Magazine, a Luna & Soul Active yoga set, and a Holster shoe voucher.
A photo is available here.
When Quinn isn’t taking care of animal companions at the veterinary surgery where she works, she enjoys talking about vegan living and sponsoring animals at farm sanctuaries to help save lives of all species. Despite her shy nature, she always speaks up for animals – and speaks out against abuse. She describes her tattoos as conversation starters that enable her to explain why she loves cows, pigs, and chickens and why everyone should keep them off their plates.
“Kaz Quinn is living proof that a clear conscience and a compassionate heart are the hidden ingredients of hotness,” says PETA spokesperson Emily Rice. “PETA encourages everyone inspired by her integrity and vitality to follow her lead and give going vegan a try.”
PETA selected two winners – one female and one male – based on several factors, including their activism for animals. See the full contest details here.
Quinn is available for interviews. For more information or to order a free vegan starter kit, please visit PETA.org.au.