Bobbie Weiner aka Bloody Mary, Humanitarian/Entrepreneur and internationally known makeup artist, is the owner of Bobbie Weiner Enterprises LLC, a product development company she started 22 years ago in a garage in San Diego, CA. after finishing the Special Effects makeup for the dead, frozen, floating actors in James Cameron’s hit film, “Titanic.”
The US Department of Defense recognizes Bobbie as their #1 supplier of Camouflage Face Paint for our Military in which Bobbie has received numerous Gold Medals. Bobbie was approached by the Hunting Industry and they get the same face paint that she supplies the US Military. Bobbie developed a line of Sports Fan custom color makeup for fans to paint their faces when they go to Sporting Events to show their team spirit. These face paint kits sell in Colleges, High Schools and Major League programs. In 1999 Bobbie developed a line of Halloween Special Effects Makeup she named “Bloody Mary” that sells all over the world.
Bobbie has been written up in national and international magazines and newspapers. She has been featured on CNN and Entertainment Tonight. Bobbie continues to be in great demand for her famous Bloody Mary “Makeup to Die For” Workshops and “Motivational/Inspirational Seminars.” In 2000 she was asked to be the key note speaker for the 7-11 International Convention which has led her to inspirational speaking engagements and lectures for all types of events including Conventions, Corporations, Women’s Conferences and Colleges.
In February 2005 “The Tales of Bloody Mary” Comic Books, created by Bobbie, hit the shelves. As of June, 2005, Bobbie started licensing the brand name out, “Bloody Mary”. You can even buy Bloody Mary Hot Sauces and Bloody Mary’s “Bloody Mary Mix” which was nominated for “Best Hot Sauce Label” after it was out on the shelves for just 2 weeks. “The Tales of Bloody Mary” cover of her first comic book won “First Place” for the Best Horror Poster by the National Haunters Convention in 2010.
In 2008 Bobbie licensed her brand name to Universal Studios Orlando where Bloody Mary was their attraction at Halloween Horror Nights. Bobbie’s Haunted House, “Bloody Mary’s Circus Of Fear” (from her 5th Comic Book) was licensed to Six Flags Over Texas and was featured there for 4 years. All proceeds from Bobbie’s Haunt went to The Boy Scouts of America. In 2011 Bobbie was featured on the home page of Yahoo by Fortune Magazine. The same year Bobbie made a deal with Yum Corp. She developed a Sports Fan Face Paint Kit and contest for the Minnesota Vikings and kits were sold in Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut. In 2014 ”Bloody Mary’s Revenge Haunted House” made its debut in Cleveland, OH at Spooky Ranch Halloween Theme Park. In 2016 Bobbie licensed Bloody Mary to Highland Farms in RI for Bloody Mary’s Trails Of Terror. In 2019, Bobbie licensed Bloody Mary to “Fear On The Farm” in Winfield, West Virginia and there will be a Bloody Mary Haunt and Bloody Mary Store opening for the 2019 Halloween Season.
Mark Burnett featured Bobbie in 2009 in a new TV show he developed about her and how she started her business, “How’d You Get So Rich” hosted by Joan Rivers. Bobbie was featured on the cover of Millionaire Blueprints Magazine in 2008, ”Bobbie Turned a Nickname into a Multimillion-Dollar Brand”. Bloody Mary’s makeup was featured on the TV Show’s 30 Rock and Sons of Anarchy. In June 2013, Bloody Mary’s Makeup Line and Bloody Mary’s Bloody Mary Mix was presented and promoted in the mega hit TV show, “True Blood” and in their new “How to Throw a True Blood Party” Kit. In October of 2013 Bobbie’s line of Zombie Makeup is featured in all 3 books, “The Walking Dead” Fan Guide for Zombie Styles.
NAWBO (National Assoc. Of Women Business Owners) honored Bobbie June 19th 2014 at a Gala Dinner by placing her in the Hall Of Fame in the city of Dallas, Texas. An article in The Huffington Post featured Bobbie in 2015. In 2018 Bobbie was featured in the NY Times “The Business of Blending In”. Bobbie is now a sponsor of PRM, Puppy Rescue Mission to help soldiers bring their battle buddies home. Today, Bobbie is written up in College Text Books and they compare her with Sam Walton.
Bobbie’s autobiography, “I Can Do This”, The Bloody Mary Story, is available now.
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