Elizabeth "Bo" Black (1946 – July 24, 2020) was an American model and businesswoman who was the festival director of Summerfest.
1 Early life and education
3 Personal life
Early life and education
Black was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1946. She was raised in a Catholic family. She grew up in Clayton, Missouri. Black was a student and a cheerleader at University of Wisconsin–Madison in the 1960s, graduating in 1969 with a degree in education. She later earned a teaching certificate and worked as a math teacher.
After a photoshoot for a Playboy college issue in 1967, was contacted again for another photoshoot for the front cover. She appeared on the September Playboy cover; wearing a green football jersey and knee-high athletic socks with a helmet under her arm. Playboy requested a nude photoshoot, Black declined as she wanted to become a nun at that time. For the 50th Playboy anniversary, her front cover image was used on T-shirts.
As Summerfest director, she was the face of the festival for two decades.
She married Tom Trebelhorn, a former manager of the Milwaukee Brewers. Black died on July 24, 2020 in Milwaukee at the age of 74.
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