Meet the RSE Models

From the conference room to the catwalk, our employees really do it all! We recently strutted our stuff in front of the camera for WEAVE™’s new, recycled-fashion clothing store, TRUE (Totally Recycled Urban Exchange). A few of our employees can be spotted on the TRUE website and even on a segment for News10. Let’s take a look into the portfolios of these talented worker bees:

Daniel Senecka has been practicing the “smize” as taught by Tyra Banks since he was seven years old. His coworkers can attest to the effectiveness of the smize as he convinces you to join him at an upcoming MetroEdge event.

Cole Alexander’s boyish good looks make him a shoe-in for many of our clients. If he looks familiar, it’s because Erdinger Non-Alcoholic, Each Mind Matters, California Division of Boating and Waterways, and now WEAVE™ have roped him into being the face of their brands. Cole still says that he didn’t ask for the spotlight, yet the spotlight found him anyway.

Alison Davies hails from the Land Down Under where she first fell in love with the camera. While her business card says “PR Account Assistant”, her fierce photos have “Supermodel” written all over!

While these RSE staff members donated their time for modeling, we also had a team of employees working to capture a distinct look and feel for the new TRUE store. Led by our social marketing director, Norma Rivera, a long-time board member for WEAVE™, RSE used our out-of-the-box creativity to design TRUE’s logo, shape messaging and create multiple marketing materials. To see some of our work, check out the new TRUE store at 1900 K Street and shop fashion for good, benefiting WEAVE™!

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