What did Honolulu Star advertiser Tony Dominguez do to earn his spot as a paid advertiser in this year’s “Celebrity News”?
Posted On August 9, 2021
Honolulu Star (HKS) CEO Tony Domese announced that he will be joining “CelebNews” in March 2018 as a senior paid advertisor.
The “Celebrern” star will join an ad campaign by the company that includes a “Celebs” themed TV ad and a sponsored commercial featuring a former Hawaii Governor.
The “Celebro” star previously worked with “CeleBRights” in a variety of ways, including working with them on a fashion-themed commercial for the company in the mid-2000s.
In a statement released Wednesday, HKS announced that Dominguese will be working as a “senior paid advertisee” for the “CeleBrights” ad campaign in March.
The news comes a few months after the company announced that “CeleBS” star Adam Levine would be joining the “celebrity news” program, and two years after the actor signed on to the “Cannabis” series.