GreenPaw.com Sponsors 2007 GoGirlsMusicFest Benefiting Animal Rescues throughout the U.S.

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GreenPaw.com sponsors a series of concerts to benefit local animal rescues and shelters throughout the United States.

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GreenPaw.com is pleased to announce it is a proud sponsor of the 2007 GoGirlsMusicFest, benefiting various animal rescues and organizations throughout the country. The 8th Annual MusicFest will showcase concerts featuring independent female artists in 12 U.S. cities, raising money and awareness for local animal groups.

The MusicFest, which kicks off on October 13 in Dallas, TX, will include shows in Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Berkeley, CA; Nashville, TN; Houston and Austin, TX; Philadelphia, PA; Phoenix, AZ; Milwaukee, WI; Brooklyn, NY; and Denver, CO. The shows will run into December.

About GoGirlsMusicFest
Madalyn Sklar, founder of GoGirlsMusic.com, created GoGirlsMusicFest, a series of annual showcase events across the United States. The festival promotes independent women in music while supporting various charities that have included the Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls, American Liver Foundation, MusiCares, the Lynne Cohen Foundation for Ovarian Cancer Research, and the Nicole Brown Charitable Foundation. Since 2000, over 100 all-volunteer shows have taken place throughout the U.S.

Since 1996, GoGirlsMusic.com has dedicated itself to bringing together independent women musicians from around the country. Eleven years later, GoGirlsMusic.com has become a welcome destination for women in music through networking and events. More info is available at http://www.gogirlsmusic.com.

About GreenPaw.com
GreenPaw.com is a free online publication providing information, news, and resources related to natural animal wellness. "In addition to striving to create an informed network of animal companions, GreenPaw is dedicated to spreading the word about individuals and organizations championing the causes of animals. The GoGirlsMusicFest is a great example of an ambitious volunteer effort for a great cause," says Judy Parisi, founder and Editor-in-Chief of GreenPaw. For more information, visit http://www.greenpaw.com.

For further information, you may also contact Judy Parisi at jparisi@greenpaw.com or by phone at (310) 205-2685.

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