Monthly Archives: August 2011
@Living_Room EVENTS: DJ/Producer Maximus 3000 “Liquid Fridays presents London underground w Guest DJ Jalil Z” hosted by Rise Events @ Living Room Nightclub , Fort Laud, FL 8-26-11
EVENTS: DJ/Producer Maximus 3000 “Liquid Fridays Presents: London Underground, Guest DJ Jalil Z” @ Living Room Nightclub, Fort Lauderdale, FL 8-26-11
NEWSFLASH: Broward House’s Spirit of Hope/Leap of Faith Gala Sponsorship levels Announced! “The Cotton Club” to Be Held October 7, 2011
As a Committee member its my pleasure to announce the sponsorship levels for Broward House’s most anticipated yearly event “Spirit of Hope Gala” This year’s theme is “The Cotton Club: The end to prohibition”. please see the below sponsorship packages. Contact me if your interested in sponsoring this years event, or would like to donate items for our auction.
NEWSFLASH: First Ever “CELEBRATE ORGULLO” to showcase LGBT Hispanic Pride During Hispanic Heritage Month, Saturday October 1, 2011 on Miami Beach
From Sharon Kersten, Kersten Communications:
FIRST-EVER “CELEBRATE ORGULLO®” TO SHOWCASE LGBT HISPANIC PRIDE
DURING HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 ON MIAMI BEACH
On Saturday, October 1, the first-ever “Celebrate Orgullo®” event will take place in Lummus Park on Miami Beach. “Orgullo” is Spanish for “Pride,” and this event celebrates the diverse cultural heritage and contributions of South Florida’s LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) Hispanic community
The event, taking place from noon until 6 pm at Lummus Park, between 10th and 11th Streets Miami Beach, will feature musical performances, folkloric dance, celebrity guests, drag performers, refreshments and vendor booths representing the both the non-profit and business community.
Since 1988, Americans have observed Hispanic Heritage Month – September 15 to October 15 – celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of those whose ancestors came from Central and South America, Spain, Mexico or the Caribbean. With Hispanics in Miami-Dade County comprising 65% of the total population, (2010 U.S. Census), Hispanic Heritage Month is widely popular in South Florida, with a myriad of events taking place throughout the month long celebration. As evidenced by the more than 40,000 people who turned out for Miami Beach Gay Pride this past April, there are a significant amount of LGBT and LGBT-friendly supporters in South Florida, and many are Hispanic.
Coincidentally, the theme for Hispanic Heritage Month 2011 is: “Heritage, Diversity, Integrity and Honor: The Renewed Hope of America,” therefore it is especially timely that the first Celebrate Orgullo® will truly celebrate the diversity of our community.
Celebrate Orgullo® is a grassroots effort, conceived and implemented by a group of volunteers who decided that it was time for Miami Beach to lead the way in honoring the cultural contributions of the LGBT Hispanic community. The committee unanimously voted to name the city’s mayor, Matti Herrera-Bower, as “Honorary Orgullo Queen” to recognize her support throughout the years.
There are several opportunities for companies and organizations to become involved and reach out to a lucrative market at Celebrate Orgullo®. Sponsorships range from $500 to $15,000, and a limited number of booths are available at $250 per space, or $150 for a non-profit organization. Complete details are available at http://www.CelebrateOrgullo.com or call Jorge Richa, (305) 673-4440, or email Jorge@celebrateorgullo.com.
The event is free and open to the public, and a portion of the proceeds from the sale of food and beverages will benefit the LGBT Youth Scholarship Fund of Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc.
Members of the Executive Committee are Ivan Cano, Jorge Richa, Herb Sosa, Laura Veitia and Darvin Wlliams. On the Planning Committee are Lynn Bove, Luis Gonzalez, Joe Granda, Yubi Herrera, Scott Holland, Josue Kant, Sharon Kersten, Josue Santiago, Luiz Rodrigues Soraya Swingen, Peter Tapia and Hernan Valverde.
Media Partners to date, who are donating advertising and promotion to Celebrate Orgullo® are AMBIENTE Magazine, Florida Agenda, Hot Spots!, GENRE Latino, Mark, Mark’s List, Miami Gay Blog, She Magazine, South Florida Gay News and WIRE Weekly
Community Partners/Sponsors, committed to providing support through donations of product, community outreach and/or financial support, are Brown-Forman, Bud Light, City of Miami Beach, City of Miami Beach GLBT Business Enhancement Committee, Chambord Vodka, ECOMB, Granda Entertainment, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, Hotflyers.com, Ikandee Productions, Inferno Puerto Rico, Kersten Communications, Leblon, Miami Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, MDGLCC Foundation, Inc.” Miami Reconnect, Noche Latina Florida, Palace Restaurant & Bar, South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce,Tequila Herradura, Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida and Worldwide Travel Partners.
Celebrate Orgullo® takes place on Saturday, October 1 from noon until 6 pm at Lummus Park, on the sand between 10th and 11th Streets in Miami Beach. For further information, visit www.celebrateorgullo.com
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ABOUT NATIONAL HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to cover the 30-day period from September 15 through October 15.
The day of September 15 is significant because it is the anniversary of independence for Latin American countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days on September 16 and September18, respectively.”
EVENTS: DJ/Producer Maximus 3000 “Life’s A Drag: ITB Night hosted by Daisy Deadpetals” @Voodoo Lounge, Fort Lauderdale, FL 8-21-11
EVENTS: DJ/Producer Maximus 3000 “Liquid Fridays presents guest DJ Daniel Kristopherre bday” @Living Room Nightclub , Fort Laud, FL 8-
NEWSFLASH: Kimberly Bacardi to host her Birthday Celebration at Bang & Olufsen Lincoln Road Showroom to benefit Charity: Food for the Poor, INC. Music By DJ Maximus 3000 – Miami Beach, FL 8-20-11
From Lukas Klessig:
“For Immediate Release:
Kimberly Bacardi to host her Birthday Celebration at Bang & Olufsen Lincoln Road Showroom to benefit Charity: Food for the Poor, inc.
DJ/Producer Maximus 3000 & Socialite Miami Philanthropist Kimberly Shenker-Barcardi Join forces with numerous sponsors to celebrate her birthday and raise money for Food for The Poor, INC. Saturday August 20 at Bang and Olufsen
On August 20, 2011, a birthday celebration for Miami philanthropist Kimberly Shenker-Bacardi will take place at Bang & Olufsen’s Lincoln Road Showroom to recognize and celebrate the dedication and commitment of Kimberly and the members of Kim’s Good Karma Group to help those in need and positively contribute to the betterment of Miami. The event will be a celebration of life, positive energy, good karma, and the authentic and compassionate people of Miami that contribute to making this community and the world a better place.
Joined by numerous sponsors and supporters, guests will enjoy lively music, dancing, heavy passed appetizers, cocktails, auction items, live entertainment, and the company of dedicated community members and leaders. The following individuals and companies sponsored the event: Bang & Olufsen, Winston Delawar Photography, Dilia Melean and A Touch of Class Event Productions & Rentals, Leo Casino, DJ Maximus 3000, Bob Drinon and Premier Beverage, David Knight and SX Liquors, Hilda Lopez and Cupcakes by Hilda, Nick Betancourt and Bina Fink of Advantage PR, Josh Morales and Co. Dance, Zurami Pascual and Boca Tanning Club, Lukas Klessig and Enable Consulting Group, Celine Leora and Hamsa Perfumes, and A Nose for Clothes.
Tickets are $50, with 100% of funds going to Food for the Poor, an organization that Kim has worked with many times and one of the world’s highest rated charities. To RSVP and purchase tickets, please visitwww.foodforthepoor.org/kimsbirthday.
Please contact GoodKarmaMiami@aol.com with any questions.
About Kim’s Good Karma Group
Kim’s Good Karma Group, founded by Miami philanthropist Kimberly Shenker-Bacardi, is a charitable organization consisting of herself and like-minded friends dedicated to helping those less fortunate around the world. Ms. Bacardi became aware of the essential work that Food For The Poor (FFP) has undertaken in Haiti after witnessing her neighbor, Dr. Jules Cadet, tirelessly raise funds over the past few years for his countrymen. As Ms. Bacardi is well aware of how important fundraising is for any organization, she decided to go where her heart guided her. Kim’s Good Karma Group was born.
After visiting Haiti on a mission trip with Food For The Poor and The Florida Marlins, Ms. Bacardi recognized the need to help. She visited many of the FFP villages, orphanages, and facilities they constructed and witnessed the conditions most Haitians were living in. She was moved by her experiences so much that she decided that the first fundraising effort that Kim’s Good Karma Group (KGKG) would take on would be for for the construction of the Kim’s Good Karma Group Community Center within the Marlins’ Homes For Haiti Village, built by Food For The Poor.
The KGKG community center will be a multi-use facility, providing vocational training classes and community meetings, as well as offering a safe and sturdy shelter during hurricane season. 的 am so excited for this opportunity because it does not stop here; the more money we raise, the more lives we can positively affect. The plans are to have a minimum of 25 homes, sanitation, a water source and community center. Our goal for the community center is $40,000, and the more we give, the more we can add to help more families with additional houses, solar lighting, and agriculture.” Kim remarked after her trip.
For information on how you can help KGKG or for interviews please contact email@example.com.
About Food for the Poor:
Food For The Poor is the third-largest international relief and development charity in the United States, feeding 2 million poor every day. Their Christian relief programs and projects are helping children and the poorest of the poor by providing food, housing, health care, education, water projects, emergency relief and micro-enterprise assistance in the Caribbean and Latin America.
Established in 1982 as a 501(c)(3) corporation, FFP’s goals are to improve the health, economic, social and spiritual conditions of the men, women and children they serve. Food For The Poor raises funds and provides direct relief assistance to the poor, usually by purchasing specifically requested materials and distributing them through the churches and charity organizations already operating in areas of need.
For more information, please visit www.foodforthepoor.org.
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EVENTS: DJ/Producer Maximus 3000 “Liquid Fridays presents Madonna Birthday Bash” @Living Room Nightclub, FL 8-12-11
EVENTS: DJ/Producer Maximus 3000 “Gettin’ Fresh Featuring TP Lords Special Edition featuring Guest DJ Scott Robert” @ Twist , South Beach, FL 8-10-11
EVENTS: DJ/Producer Maximus 3000 “Liquid Fridays presents: Eyes Wide Shut Masquerade” @ Living Room Nighclub Fort Lauderdale, FL 8-5-11