These days, actress Paula Patton (Jumping the Broom; Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol) is hanging out everywhere except where she’s supposed to be – in films.
Of late, she served up first sips of new Pepsi NEXT, fueling the “Drink it to Believe it” momentum on the West Coast following actress Eva Longoria’s New York appearance. (Read: After Eva Longoria, Paula Patton Sips Pepsi NEXT)
Now she decides to cover the April/May issue of Uptown Magazine (on newsstands April 19th), a luxury lifestyle publication for the affluent African American consumer.
Uptown’s largest issue ever since its 2004 inception boasts over 105 pages and includes travel partners such as Anguilla Tourism Board, The Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, Virginia, Visit Florida and Cayman Island Department of Tourism.[ Also Read: Brazil Goes Digital to Attract Travelers ]
Patton opens up about her fear of monotony, rumors about her personal life, her inevitable life in film, having grown up across the street from the 20th Century Fox lot in Los Angeles and shows why she’s not just another pretty face.
From South Africa, to Turks and Caicos to the Bahamas, Uptown captures the essence of each travel destination, urging its readers to come along for the ride. Additionally, there are special features including a spotlight on eco-friendly beauty products for all your summer travel needs and a behind the scenes look at one woman’s green-luxe safari in South Africa.
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