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Pittsburgh, PA – November 16, 2015 – A struggling young and single working mother of two turned to health and fitness to help cope with a stressful life. In 2013 she became an IFBB Pro
Athlete http://www.rebeccafit.net and now is focused on helping the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society reports Rebecca Eger Enterprises.
In a world dominated by younger generation of athletes, models, MMA fighters, Olympians and the Zuckerberg’s of the fortune 500 companies fitness model Rebecca Eger is out to prove age really is just a number.
“I am a 47 year old mother of 2 and I am a grandmother. Health and fitness has been a huge part of my life. I’ve worked in the beauty business as a Medical Aesthetician for the last 20 years. I began competing 10 years ago and became an IFBB Pro in 2013. To me that was a huge accomplishment.”
Right now this Pittsburgh native is competing in the finals of the 2015 Miss Jetset Magazine Cover Model contest. Jetset Magazine is the main affluent lifestyle print and online resource. Jennifer Lopez, Halle Berry, Kathy Ireland and Melania Trump have graced the cover of Jetset Magazine in the past.
To make it this far in the annual international contest Rebecca first had to win the state of Pennsylvania. At least one hundred girls competed for the Pennsylvania crown. Now she is competing against every state and one international contestant. As of right now Rebecca is in 2nd place. The finals end December 10, 2015.
“Winning this contest would prove that age is just a number and you should never let anything hold you back. So please vote for me every day and help make this possible.” A vast majority of the other contestants in the final rounds are half Rebecca’s age down to 19 years old. Last Monday Rebecca was on the Bubba Show 100.7 STAR FM. She is to call in each Monday and update them on where she is in the standings.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is also rooting for Rebecca. If she wins the 2015 Miss Jetset Magazine Cover Model contest she is donating $10,000 to the charity. “The reason I chose this charity is because leukemia has made a big impact on my life in the last year with a few family members and close friends.” The charity is 100% behind her. Local Pittsburgh businesses such as Empire Investigations LLC and others have also pledged to match Rebecca’s donation in attempts to help raise awareness for the disease and support her inspirational story.
Rebecca Eger, 47-year-old, divorced single mother of two, grandmother and International Federation of Body Building & Fitness professional has most recently teamed up with local high tech Private Investigator Robert Kresson of Empire Investigations LLC for reasons you may not have expected on the surface.
Since 1982, Empire Investigations LLC., located in Robinson Township just outside of downtown Pittsburgh, has been providing the public with the proof they need when it comes to investigating their suspicions. Whether it is domestic infidelity, computer/cell phone forensics, corporate espionage, or bugged rooms/offices, Empire Investigations has the specialists that the international community has valued and trusted for more than three decades of professionalism.
Empire’s CEO Robert Kresson is a Pittsburgh native through and through and bleeds the colors that this great city is known for. Outside the services that he and his team provide, he is trying to give back even more to improve the lives of not only their clients, but those less fortunate in the surrounding areas. This common bond help create the foundation for the teaming up of Kresson and Pittsburgh area local celebrity, Rebecca Eger.
Most recently, Eger’s story caught local news and social media attention when she competed to be on the cover of Jetset Magazine, a lifestyle magazine that has featured well- known celebrities. Eger pledged her potential winnings from the contest to give back to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society since she and her family have been touched by cancer. Eger finished in top 5 in a contest with thousands of other models and IFBB professionals. Eger’s story is one of inspiration as she says, “My age, being in my forties, a lot of times women give up, men give up,” she said. “They feel it’s too late or they can’t do it. I’m just out there to prove you can.”
Being two of the countless people who have been personally effected by cancer, this dynamic duo has sponsored dozens of events with donations and proceeds benefitting the Leukemia Lymphoma Society in Pittsburgh’s South Side and The National Kidney Foundation in Oakland. Kresson views these events as tribute to those who have been lost and to those who continue to fight alongside their families, the valiant battles against these diseases.
This duo has also sponsored events that contribute and benefit the Highmark Caring Foundation and the Homeless Children’s Education Fund. The Highmark Caring Foundation is a
non-profit that helps grieving children by creating empowering communities to support those less fortunate. They create these environments, by offering training and publications to help organizations plan solid programs, write logical, compelling grant proposals and create earned income opportunities. The Homeless Children’s Education Fund advances the education of homeless children and youth by providing educational programs and services and facilitating collaborative relationships that maximize the collective impact among the community and it’s partners.
In an industry most notoriously known for staying in the shadows and lurking behind the scenes through all hours of the night to provide client’s with the proof they need, Empire Investigations LLC, their CEO Robert Kresson and local International Federation of Body Building & Fitness professional Rebecca Eger, continue to raise the bar for themselves and their communities by giving back where they can to the city in the public light.