Vicki Gunvalson is often bragging about how she loves making money. On The Real Housewives of Orange County, Vicki has often slammed her co-stars for not working and making their own money. It’s no secret that she’s proud of everything she has done, as she started working from her Coto home and has now created a large business and office in Orange County. And with a successful business, Vicki realizes that more doors will open for her.
According to a new tweet, Vicki Gunvalson reveals that she is teaming up with a new business to help her expand her brand and her success. It sounds like Gunvalson is very excited about this new business venture, even though she hasn’t shared too many details about it. On social media, Vicki merely said that she looks forward to seeing what the future holds for her.
“Great meeting in LA with our new partners Instabrand.co. Can’t wait for what the future holds taking my brand to a whole new level! #RHOC,” Vicki Gunvalson revealed on Twitter, to which one person replied, “So…you have new publicist but you posted the wrong website for them? I’m confused as to how that could happen.”
It doesn’t sound like Instabrand is Vicki’s new publicist. Instead, it sounds as if this company works with celebrities to market products through Instagram. On the company’s website, it says that their mission is to fuse products and marketing with real-life people. Many of the other housewives are already using Instagram ads to fuel their income from the popular franchise.
— Vicki Gunvalson (@vgunvalson) March 7, 2017
Instabrand hasn’t said anything about their working relationship either, but according to their website, the company focuses on marketing and putting customers with useful products.
“We are a full service influencer solution that combines our proprietary technology platform, industry insights, and diligent process to deliver consistent quality content and ROI. We work with the world’s most discerning brands to help them influence better,” Instabrand‘s website reveals.
“At InstaBrand, we are committed to bringing the human element back to advertising by empowering individuals to create and share. Our mission is to scale the storytelling process through efficiency, quality, and transparency for both advertisers and content creators,” reads their mission statement, adding, “With a deep understanding of the influencer landscape, a full-fledged analytics platform, and a team of dedicated social engineers, InstaBrand has established successful track records in industries spanning across fashion, lifestyle, automotive, entertainment, technology, and consumer packaged goods. Top brands we have proudly worked with include Calvin Klein, Pepsi, Corona, Hyundai, Unilever, Samsung, McDonald’s, Universal Studios, and Verizon.”
— Vicki Gunvalson (@vgunvalson) February 17, 2017
It sounds like Gunvalson will be in good company with the businesses that Instabrand had already promoted. Of course, Vicki Gunvalson doesn’t have the best history when it comes to picking out companies for business partners. Just last year, Vicki wanted to clear her name in the cancer scandal, so she decided to work with a cancer charity that gathered money from people and then redistributed it to other charities. It just seemed like a pointless business, and Vicki was scolded for trying to cash in on a disease, even though her intentions were pure.
Even though Gunvalson has claimed that she knew nothing about Brooks Ayers’ cancer lies, it sounds like she is still trying to clear her name of everything that happened last year. Her Real Housewives of Orange County co-stars clearly don’t believe her. It will be interesting to see where she stands with the ladies when the new season returns to Bravo in July.
What do you think of Vicki Gunvalson’s decision to team up with another company? Do you think she’s doing what she can to fix her reputation?
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