Users of the Cameo App Can Now Request Messages From Sergio Garcia

People who want to get personalized messages from pro golfers such as Lexi Thompson, John Daly, or Sergio Garcia can now do so with the help of the Cameo app. It has recently added PGA Tour and LPGA pros to its list of celebrities who could send personalized shout-outs to the users of the app.

Cameo Adds PGA Tour & LPGA Pros to the Celebrities Who Can Respond to Its Users

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Users of the Cameo App Can Now Request Messages From Sergio Garcia

Cameo is a website and app that allows its users to book messages from celebrities from various entertainment sectors, including actors, musicians, athletes, reality stars, comedians, and more. Now it adds the names of many golf celebrities to its list, including fan-favorite Sergio Garcia and several PGA Tour and LPGA pros.

The Cameo app launched in 2017 and has seen an increase in popularity during the past three years. Now, it has more than 30,000 celebrities on the platform and continues to expand further. Giving fans of various celebrities the opportunity to request jokes, advice, a birthday wish, or other such messages has allowed the platform to gain popularity.

The Cameo App Charges Different Amounts for Different Stars

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Users of the Cameo App Can Now Request Messages From Sergio Garcia

When viewing the prices for golfers, it becomes clear that some are more costly than others. While a message from John Daly can go up to a few hundred dollars, trick-shot artist Mathias Schjoelberg could respond for just a few. Other golfers on the roster that the users of the app can pick from include Luke Donald, David Duval, Sergio Garcia, Graeme McDowell, and more. McDowell has stated that he will keep using Cameo to do good and is directing all his proceeds to go to the G-Mac Foundation.

A brand new feature of the platform allows its users to send direct messages to their favorite celebrities for a fee. Not every celebrity on Cameo has agreed to participate in this feature, but it is a more inexpensive option than the traditional video message. For now, the future of the app definitely looks interesting.