WEHO Magazine Launch Party Benefiting UNICEF & Being Alive

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WEHO Magazine Launch Party - Benefiting Hurricane Survivors through UNICEF & HIV/AIDS through Being Alive.

Join us to celebrate the launch of WEHO Magazine in West Hollywood, on September 25, 2005. WEHO is the first publication of its kind to target all the diverse people who collectively make West Hollywood the vibrant, exciting, and hip place that it is.

WEHO Magazine has made this a charitable evening, with the joint efforts of Gaudy Public Relations & Cobalt Events, to aid both the survivors of the Hurricane Katrina through UNICEF, as well as aiding people who are living with HIV/AIDS through Being Alive.

UNICEF -

For every child

Health, Education, Equality, Protection

ADVANCE HUMANITY

http://www.unicef.org

Being Alive -

Created and operated by and for people living with HIV/AIDS

“People with HIV/AIDS action coalition”

http://www.beingalivela.org

*The organizations will both receive 100% of proceeds from the evening’s auctions.

The evening will be held at hotspot Prey in West Hollywood. Prey is brought to you by the same people who singlehandedly transformed the Coconut Teaser into Shelter, the now infamous club on the Sunset Strip. Celebrities recently spotted at Prey include the likes of Hotel Heiress Paris Hilton and Co.

The evening’s entertainment includes K-BIG 104.3 Thump Radio’s resident DJ Isaiah Martin. There will also be live performances by Erin Hamilton, Paul Bradley, Keely Williams, and the evening’s headliner pop diva Taylor Dayne.

We invite you to be a part of WEHO, a publication which clearly defines, "where everything hip originates”.

Your Media coverage is invited:

(Talent Submissions, Media Inquiries, & Donations are welcome)

Press Contact-

Avo Yermagyan

Gaudy Public Relations

http://www.gaudypr.com
818.451.3250 or [email protected]

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