MEGA COAST MUM'S A REAL-LIFE SUPERHERO
- Published in the Gold Coast bulletin, Thursday 20th October 2017 -
KARLI McGunigle isn't trying to be Wonder Woman but she is to everyone who knows her.
The Upper Coomera 23-year-old has two children, runs her own make-up artistry business and works as a night filler at Coles. She is also fundraising to get herself to the Dominican Republic to compete in the
Mrs MegaVerse world finals in early December 2017.
"Mrs MegaVerse brings together a group of extraordinary women from all around the world who are on top of their game," Mrs McGunigle said. "They dream big, are go getters, independent, resourceful and high achievers."
And she believes that perfectly describes her too.
"I am so blessed and excited to be representing this huge title 'Mrs MegaVerse Australia'"
Karli McGunigle, 20 Oct 17
After Karli had been noticed in the Gold Coast Bulletin Thursday morning by radio station 'Hot Tomato 102.9' here on the Gold Coast, they approached her to follow up with a phone call Friday morning. Karli hopes this will be an opening to finding more potential sponsors leading her to worlds this coming December. With daily tasks involving contacting businesses and companies whether they are small or big, Karli will do what it takes to aim for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I have always been a 'go-getter' and therefore, won't stop at anything, Karli says. Even keeping busy with preparing for worlds, Karli still manages to fit in other daily commitments such as making time for family, looking after her two children Jonas, 18 months and Mia, 3 years, modelling, working at the local supermarket stocking shelves of a night time and running two successful businesses. "I keep busy, but I love it, Karli says".
Karli McGunigle - Mrs MegaVerse Australia
After receiving her sash, Karli organised a photoshoot with some of her sponsors, Mark Duffus Photography & Born for more fitness.
Article is up in Major newspapers here on the Gold Coast
Article of Karli posted in the Gold Coast Bulletin Thursday, 19th October 2017