Peachtree City student makes vegan final

July 1, 2013 by  

There could be a spate of banner printing across Peachtree City soon, as one of our very own kids has made it to the final of a country-wide vegan competition.

Chloe Hull, 16, has beaten off competition from hundreds of other vegetable-munching kids to make it into the national top 10 finalists in the Cutest Vegan Alive competition.

If she takes the title, Chloe will also make a little bit of history. Sponsored by peta2 – the youth arm of the PETA charity, it is the first time the competition has been for vegans only.

As a finalist, Chloe can look forward to bringing back a personalized certificate marking her achievement. Should she win though, it could be a step to a glittering career.

As well as a fully paid for photo shoot, Chloe would get to star in her very own TV advertisement for the peta2 initiative. Only time will tell whether that will lead to even more personalized poster printing for the green-living girl.

There might be something in the genes of Chloe’s family too. More than 60 years ago, back in 1945, a distant relation of the Starr’s Mill High School student, Cordell Hull, won the Nobel Peace Prize.

There is not long to wait to see whether Chloe will be the next in the family to be recognized for her efforts either. Voting for the winners is now closed, with today (July 1) seeing the two winners (one girl and one boy) being crowned.