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Published on Wed, Mar 19, 2014 (10:46 a.m.)
For immediate release. Contact Robby Wingfield 702-340-3789
Live Music and Charity Experience March 30th!
LAS VEGAS - March 11, 2014 - The inaugural Give A BLEEP! Live Music and Charity Experience to benefit the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth and Three Square will be at Community Lutheran Church 3720 E. Tropicana on Sunday, March 30th at 2:30 pm. This exciting event will feature many Las Vegas headlining entertainers as well as many charities from across the Las Vegas Valley. For more information and donations, please visitwww.giveaBLEEPproject.org
Beginning at 2:30 pm. Give A BLEEP! kicks off with a red carpet entrance with photo opportunities for all those in attendance. Music begins at 3pm and features: Mo5aic, Earl Turner, Aaron Turner, The Las Vegas Tenors, Danny Wright & Traci Kesisian, Lorena Peril, Richel Kompst, Jessenia Paz & Mark Langberg, Michelle Rohl, Jon Celentano and Micahel Soli. With a backing band consisting of John Wedemeyer, Brian Czach, Kenny Davidsen and Robby Wingfield. Tickets are $5 cash at the door (to benefit Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth) as well as $5 value dry/canned food donation (to benefit Three Square).
After the concert there will be a Charity Experience where attendees can discover charities to become involved with. For a complete list of charities appearing please visitwww.giveaBLEEPproject.org/experience (This list is being added to daily)
About Give A BLEEP! Project
The mission of giveaBLEEP! Project is to raise awareness for charity and to make it more socially acceptable to “Give a BLEEP!” for what and who is around us. “BLEEP!” can mean anything: a dollar, a thousand dollars, a minute, and hour, a hug, a high five, a meal, whatever moves you. There is no gift too small or too large. By using #giveaBLEEP! on social media networks we can share things that inspire us, images, pictures and stories of how we have helped someone or witnessed someone being kind. Giving and volunteering should be a regular part of everybody’s life and we want people to network and be inspired by others. giveaBLEEP! can help people find new and different ways to be of service to one and other. You don’t have to write a $10,000 check or give 10% of your income to make a difference. We all have a responsibility in our communities and there are lots of ways one can contribute that fit their lifestyle, budget or schedule -and still have an impact. The message of Give A Bleep is that not only is this social responsibility but it’s an integral part of living a happy and prosperous life.
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