The Rack Starz ladies not only launched a very successful calendar, but had a lot of fun behind the scenes while doing so. “Throughout my entire shoot, my shoes were taped to the floor so that I would stay inside the frame. It was difficult trying to pose, but I still managed to work some nice photos”, states Yomaylin Feliz. “I don't know how, but Larry pulled a very different side out of me every time I stepped onto that shooting canvas. There were things said and done there that should never be repeated ever!” declared Supadra Geronimo, laughing.
This glossy full-color calendar measures a serious 12" wide by 17" high and was shot completely in New York City in the summer of 2010. Not only does the calendar showcase each lady’s individual rock star style, but also includes six bonus months to help ring in 2013. With only 3,000 calendars in circulation, this limited-edition collector series calendar is on its way to being a sold out sensation. If you are one of the lucky 3,000, visit their web site or Facebook page to find out where the Rack Starz will be next to personally autograph your calendar!
Design: Chris Galardi & Will Thresher of SharkShark Design & Media Solutions
Digital Imaging: Ben Peterson of NYC Retoucher
About The Rack Starz
Rack Starz is a group of sexy intelligent women from all over the world brought together to take the game of pool out of the smoke-filled back room and into the mainstream limelight. Rack Starz are not only athletes, but also moms, models, actresses, nutritionists, CEOs, and marketing analysts, with many holding advanced degrees. Among these women, more than 15 languages are spoken, representing a multitude of cultures making the Rack Starz true ambassadors to the billiards world.
Rack Starz have created an insatiable desire for more with their "Shoot to Thrill, Play to Kill" approach and are committed to be amongst the best pool players in the world while promoting the game of billiards in a positive and enjoyable manner.
Rack Starz is an LLC based out of New York founded by Robert Moore, Larry Busacca, and Gail Glazebrook.