Broser Built LLC and Bitch NY Give to the George Lopez Foundation

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Eric Broser and Stacy Braverman, owners of "Broser Built" and "Bitch NY" respectively, who also happen to be brother and sister, have both made significant contributions to help support the Foundation's amazing mission.

Contributing to the Celebrity Golf Classic, and it's mission, is a natural extension of who I am and what I do.

While brother and sister, Eric Broser and Stacy Braverman, reside and run their own businesses on opposite coasts (Eric in California/Stacy in NY), as well as cater to somewhat different clientele (Eric - people/Stacy - canines), they both share in common the desire to help raise money to assist those in need. The George Lopez Celebrity Golf Classic has been held annually for the last six years and is always well-attended/supported by distinguished members of the entertainment industry, professional athletes, CEO's and more. On Monday, May 6, 2013 noteworthy guests such as Eva Longoria, Samuel L. Jackson, Ray Romano, Justin Timberlake, Tim Allen, Marc Anthony, Don Cheadle and many others, will again gather together at the Lakeside Golf Club in Toluca Lake California for this wonderful charity event. Funds are raised through items/services donated to a silent auction and are utilized to create positive, permanent change for underprivileged children, adults and military families confronting challenges in education and health as well as increasing community awareness about kidney disease and organ donation.

Stacy, who owns Bitch NY, the largest luxury dog boutique on the internet, regularly gives to charitable events that focus on the animal community, but felt it was time to expand upon her benevolent ways. "When I was approached by the George Lopez Foundation and asked to contribute to the to the Celebrity Golf Classic I immediately agreed after learning about what an important and special cause it is."

After a phone conversation in which Stacy mentioned to her brother the contribution she intended to provide the Lopez Foundation, Eric wanted to know how he too could help. "Once my sister told me about the cause I knew this was something I wanted to be a part of. As a 'physique-transformation-artist,' trainer and coach I spend my time making people look and feel better, increasing their health and well-being. Thus contributing to the Celebrity Golf Classic, and it's mission, is a natural extension of who I am and what I do."

While Eric and Stacy own two completely different businesses and live on two different ends of the country they could not be closer when it comes to their hearts, which are both obviously in the same place.

If anyone has any questions or also wishes to donate to this beautiful cause, please feel free to contact Linda Small at 818-986-9095.

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