Entertainment Marketing Company Project Nicole L.A. Debuts With Labor Day Event Benefiting The Downtown Women’s Center
In honor of Labor Day on Monday, September 2, Project Nicole L.A., a full-service Special Events and Entertainment Marketing Company, debuts their services with a “LABOR DAY 4 Walls for All”. The red-carpet event will bring together members of the entertainment industry, local residents of the Los Angeles community and international press to provide a night of music, entertainment, and charity. Being held at Innerspace L.A., 110 Winston St, Los Angeles, CA 90013 between 2-8pm, the celebrity-hosted media frenzy event will benefit The Downtown Women’s Center, in which a portion of tickets sales will help raise funds to the organization. The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women.`
Guests will be able to celebrate by sipping on champagne and hors d’oeuvres sponsored by Kapoor’s Akbar while viewing live art hosted by The Happy Joy, listening to a live DJ Set by DJ Palina La Diva and surprise celebrity guest appearances all night all while networking amongst Hollywood influencers and community VIP’s for a good cause.
The event along with a community partnership with SIPA (Search to Involve Pilipino Americans), will also host a number of talent including Kelly Perine (“Knight Squad”), Adrien Dev (Westworld, ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD), Mark Harley (BET’s “50 Central”), Camryn Howard (“Dolemite is my Name”, GANGLAND) and Angel Bonilla, the first Filipino Transgender contestant on “The Voice” to turn a chair.
For more information, please visit https://www.projectnicolelosangeles.com/. Tickets will be available for purchase online at LINK
About Project Nicole LA (https://www.projectnicolelosangeles.com/)
Project Nicole L.A. is a full-service Special Events and Entertainment Marketing Company located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. They collaborate and work with major media, press outlets, entertainment businesses, and local celebrities to promote and make DTLA a one-stop destination for leisure and live entertainment events while still being socially conscious.
They aim to promote diversity, equality, and goodwill, all in which add social and economic value. Building and strengthening community partnerships enable them to be an active participant of charitable giving to various non- profits who aids people experiencing homelessness in the city.
The company is led by founder Nicole Day. Her eight-year track record shows her passion in talent management, event planning, brand activations, and entertainment public relations and a will to help others in her community.
About Downtown Women’s Center (www.DowntownWomensCenter.org.)
The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women. DWC envisions a Los Angeles with every woman housed and on a path to personal stability. Its mission is to end homelessness for women in greater Los Angeles through housing, wellness, employment, and advocacy. Founded in 1978, DWC was the first permanent supportive housing provider for women in the U.S.
About MADE by DWC
MADE by DWC is a social enterprise operated by the Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) to provide job training and transitional employment in product and retail environments for women transitioning out of homelessness. By purchasing from MADE by DWC’s signature line of products, you directly contribute to ending women’s homelessness in Los Angeles. Learn more at www.MADEbyDWC.org.
SIPA enriches and empowers generations of Pilipino Americans and others by providing health and human services, community economic development, and a place where all people of all backgrounds can come together to strengthen the community.
About A Happy Joy
A freelance illustrator and painter from Anaheim California. His works are highly influenced by his obsession with 90’s cartoons and the creativity of skateboarding culture. His works are all inspired by the juxtaposition of childhood memories and teenage tragedies and finding an illustrative balance in both those things with the abstraction of cartoons. He is a self-taught artist who studied graphic design and fine arts. Working with both traditional and digital mediums, He finds his comfort with a brush and a beer rather than a computer and a cup of coffee. His artist background started as a little boy drawing dinosaurs eating storm troopers and wrestlers jumping off the third rope and later evolved into a career path and an alter ego by the name of A Happy Joy
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