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September 04, 2018

Studio20 Team Will All Go Live for CamForCharity Challenge

Studio 20, the international cam franchise, has announced that tomorrow, September 5, the CEO of Studio 20 along with every trainer, tech, administrator, marketing staffer and manager from the 18 offices that Studio 20 has in Romania, Hungary, Colombia and the USA, will log in as cam models, supporting the CamForCharity challenge. “We know all the prejudiced opinion about the cam industry and cam models in the world and especially in Romania. Through this campaign we wish to open up a few eyes, bring some awareness upon what this job entails and show the world that even if some of us have law degrees, financial studies, others are programmers or marketing people, we are proud of our models—so proud, actually, that we want to walk in their shoes and understand how they feel. All the funds that we raise in the time that we spend broadcasting will be donated to the Save the Children Foundation,” said Mugur Frunzetti, Studio 20 CEO. The whole idea behind making the team behind the screens log in as models started a few years ago as a training method, so that the trainers would better understand the challenges the models face, and then it turned into a real competition between the studios. “We’re all good at a lot of things—dancing, singing, giving advice, etc.—and we’re going to try and use our skills online, as models. "Each person that accepted the challenge will have a model’s account and for one hour on September 5, will go live in the Celebrity/Non-Adult section. We’re really excited to help the children, understand the models better, and hopefully, open a few closed minds about what camming is really about,” explained Andra Chirnogeanu, PR Executive for Studio 20.

 
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