Golden Icon Awards Announced by Travolta Family Entertainment

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Travolta Family Entertainment ™ announces its Golden Icon Awards for top achievements in Entertainment, Fashion, and Leisure.

Travolta Family Entertainment ™ announces its Golden Icon Awards for top achievements in Entertainment, Fashion, and Leisure. Falling between the Grammy Awards and the Academy Awards (Oscars), like its complementary bookends the Golden Icon Awards celebrate the prior years' best introductions and performances.

However, the Travolta Family Entertainment Golden Icon Awards are selected on no specified criteria other than interest and preference or lack there of. There are absolutely no claims made whatsoever that nepotism, favoritism, inebriation, and innocent bribery don't affect the outcome. Some might say this makes the Travolta Family Entertainment Golden Icon Awards all the more cool. Of course there are those who might disagree, but that's just jealousy - because they probably weren't cool enough to win one.

In certain categories, Silver Icon winners are named when the competition was that steep that special mention is warranted. Not all categories have Silver Icon winners, and there may be more than one Silver Icon Award given in a single category. Only one Golden Icon Award is given in any one category.

A full listing of the winning achievements for the year ending December 31, 2005 is available for republication at:

Highlights include:


Best Dramatic Film: A History of Violence

Best Action Film: Unleashed

Best Comedic Film: Wedding Crashers

Best Musical Film: RENT

Best Family Film: Sky High

Best Actor in a Film Performance: Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain

Best Actress in a Film Performance: Taraji P. Henson, Hustle and Flow


Best New Television Drama: Prison Break (Fox)

Best Continuing Television Drama: Everwood (WB)

Best New Television Comedy: My Name is Earl

Best Continuing Comedy: Two and a Half Men


Best Rock Song: "Beverly Hills," Weezer

Best Country Song: "All Jacked Up," Gretchen Wilson

Best Hip Hop Song: "Ridin," Chamillionaire

Best Concert, Large Venue: Bon Jovi

Best Concert, Small Venue: Rick Springfield


Best Sedan: BMW 5 Seris 545i Sedan

Best Coupe: Ford Mustang GT Premium Coupe

Best Truck: Dodge Ram SRT-10 Quad Cab 4X2

Best SUV: Chrysler PT Cruiser


Role Model in Public Office: Barack Obama, U.S. Senator

Professional Athlete Role Model: Chris Duhon, Chicago Bulls

Young People's Role Model: Raven-Symone

Television Personality Role Model: Kenny Smith, TNT


Best Pizza: Pat's Pizza, Greyslake,IL

Best Burger: Sidetrack Bar and Grill, Ypsilanti, MI

Best Steak: Vic & Anthony's, Houston, TX

Best Italian Restaurant: Osteria del Circo, New York

Best Sandwich: Sam's Hof Brau, Portland, OR

Best Domestic Beer: Coors Light

Best Specialty Beer: Oregon Raspberry Wheat


Best Men's Designer Suit: Brioni

Best Designer Dress: Mandalay

Best Men's Casual Shoe: Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars

Best Women's Casual Shoe: Donald J. Pilner

Best Athletic Shoe: Air Jordan Melo

Best Men's Casual Pants: Levi's 501

Best Women's Casual Pants: Blue Cult

Best Men's Fragrance: BVLGARI BLV

Best Women's Fragrance: POISON by Christian Dior


Best Vacation Attraction: Universal Studios Florida

Best Domestic Airline Service: Southwest

Best International Airline: Qantas

Best Hotel: Las Vegas Palms

Best Night Spot: Joe's Bar, Chicago

View the Complete List:

About Travolta Family Entertainment:

Travolta Family Entertainment was formed in 1992 for the development of entertainment, entertainment-related, and peripherally-related products and services and to draw attention to positive influences, products, and individuals.


Travolta Family Entertainment Golden Icon Awards are presented by Travolta Family Entertainment LLC and are not meant to imply the beliefs or endorsement by any individual or group of family members dead or alive, whether actively affiliated with the company or not. Mention of specific categories, products, or services is not meant to imply anyone should or should not give a damn. Inclusion of the term damn is not meant to imply eternal damnation, Hellfire, deity-like powers, religious beliefs, a hotline to God, an endorsement of one interpretation of God over another, life after death, death after death, reincarnation, whether plants have souls, whether the soles on shoes have souls, or if waterways should be redirected or otherwise manipulated to generate electrical power. Individuals mentioned should not be confused with those living or dead who they are not, even if they look just like Paris Hilton and graciously accept gifts intended for the real Paris Hilton. Living individuals should not be confused with dead individuals and dead individuals should not be confused with live individuals and individual lives should not be confused with individual deaths. Night should not be confused with day. Racecar is racecar spelled backwards. Travolta Family Entertainment, Golden Icon, and Silver Icon are the trademark properties of Travolta Family Entertainment LLC. GRAMMY is the trademark property of the National Academy of the Recording Arts and Sciences. Oscar and Academy Awards are the trademark property of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the information contained herein is correct without infringement on rights of those named or not named, no liability can be accepted whatsoever for errors, omissions or real or perceived damage howsoever caused.

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