Jamie Nelson’s work ( appeared in the October issue of Vogue magazine, Elle, 805, and numerous international magazines.Deborah also gives self-employment coaching in the promotional industry for business owners getting started.With true entrepreneurial spirit Ms Nelson says, “I intend to share this adventure with the Santa Barbara business community.We invite all aspiring women to train and beautify with us, as I prepare to receive the National title of Ms. Join us, network, showcase your talents, drive yourself to a higher level of excellence.” With Nelson’s definition of “beauty as excellence,” she invites entrepreneurs to host “Mixing Business with Beauty” Events, featuring businesses and services that beautify Santa Barbara women in every way.Montecito resident forty-something Deborah Nelson has been selected to represent Santa Barbara nationally for the first Ms. Santa Barbara, CA, May 15, 2008 --(PR.com)-- The Ms./Mrs.
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In addition to improving fitness, beauty, and interviewing skills, Nelson sees the Pageant as an opportunity to showcase her recent patent pending dating ID system, known as The Dating Passport ( and the After School University (a non-profit organization to be headquartered in Santa Barbara)—two enterprises she has recently founded. Nelson’s long time business, The Ad Stuff Company ( her promotional marketing company of 12 years, funded the graduation of her daughter from Brooks Institute of Photography.