San Francisco Bay Area Entrepreneurs Debut Line of Dress Watches at World Music Awards 'YoungBlood Timepieces, Inc.'

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Carmen Electra, Patti LaBelle, Carlos Santana, Paula Abdul, Nick Lachey, Antonio Sabato, Jr., Alanis Morisette, and Amerie were among the many recipients of Youngblood timepieces.

Stylish, elegant and superbly unique are how Paul Youngblood and Patrick Martin describe Youngblood Timepieces, the line of exquisite dress watches they recently introduced at the 2005 World Music Awards (WMA).

World Music Awards:

The glitzy WMA aired on ABC stations on September 13th. Held at the prestigious Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California, the World Music Awards was a prime setting for Youngblood Timepieces to make its public debut ― among the stars ― the music industry's superstars! Youngblood Timepieces, Inc. was among the few esteemed companies to have been invited to have their respective products included among gift giveaways for celebrity attendees.

Carmen Electra, Patti LaBelle, Carlos Santana, Paula Abdul, Nick Lachey, Antonio Sabato, Jr., Alanis Morisette, and Amerie were among the many recipients of Youngblood timepieces. Legendary pop and R&B songstress Patti Labelle was quite impressed with the look and apparent quality of the handsome timepieces.

Baron Davis Foundation:

Golden State Warriors All-Star guard Baron Davis is assisting relief efforts by contributing $50,000 from the Baron Davis Foundation to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

On Tuesday, September 27, 2005, the Foundation will host its official launch party at a popular San Francisco hotspot. Proceeds derived from the private affair will benefit the Red Cross Disaster Relief effort. Youngblood Timepieces is contributing to the effort by donating 40 watches for the event's VIP gift bags.

Davis established the Foundation to maintain and/or aid educational, social and charitable activities serving the common welfare and help improve quality of life for underprivileged and at-risk youth in the New Orleans, San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles metropolitan communities.

Elevate Hope Foundation:

Youngblood Timepieces, Inc. will sponsor Sheila E's Elevate Hope Foundation's February 24, 2006 black-tie fundraising gala that will benefit the MusiCares Hurricane Relief Fund. Youngblood Timepieces will contribute 51 watches ― 50 to be included in VIP gift bags and one autographed by the evening's emcee, the stunning award-winning actress Angela Basset, for inclusion among the exceptional auction items. Titled "Circle of Passion, An Evening with Lloyd Klein Couture," the event will incorporate dinner, a concert, a silent auction, and a fashion show featuring elegant fashions from New York designer Lloyd Klein's spring 2005 collection.

Exquisite Youngblood Timepieces may be purchased now at Park Jewelers, 1401 1/2 Park Street, Alameda, California and online at The company will formally launch its full line of timepieces for men and women in February 2006.

About Youngblood Timepieces, Inc.:

For several years, Paul Youngblood dreamed of creating watches that combined style, elegance and uniqueness. Having shared his dream with a friend, he was inspired to team with fellow founder Patrick Martin to produce a brand of unforgettable timepieces. The two young men coalesced to bring about a revolution in business and style.

About the World Music Awards:

The World Music Awards are presented to the world's top selling recording artists in the various music categories and to the best-selling recording artists of the year from each of the major record-buying countries. The awards are unique in that the winners are selected purely on record sales; hence it is the music fans who determine the winners.


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