PRLog - Jan. 19, 2013 - DALLAS -- Dallas, TX, Jan. 19, 2013 /Krista Kelley PR/ - - Music and fashion enthusiasts are invited to attend a family-friendly event, Saturday, January 26, 2013 at the Tommie M. Allen Recreational Center located at 7071 Bonnie View Road in Dallas, Texas. DFW All-Stars Hoop’n for Hope Charity Basketball Tournament will tip-off at 12:30 P.M. with a strong finish at 4:30 P.M. Children under 7 are admitted free of charge, while older fans are encouraged to contribute a $5 donation for entry. Proceeds from the charity tournament aid in funding local musician and producer, Stephanie “VKEYZ” Riesdorph’s missionary trip to Uganda, where she will lend a personal voice of survival and recovery from domestic violence.
Hoop'n for Hope
Many of Dallas’ most respected artists, producers, deejays, musicians, and fashion designers are committed to pay it forward, forming a total of 4 teams to set the ball in motion. The lineup includes hit producer-J. Rhodes of 80’s Baby Entertainment, Joonbug of Fresh Kaufee, rapper Que P., Members of BrainGang, Dallas DJ Drop, Definition DJs, B-Hamp, Tum-Tum, Members of Prime Time Click, Ace Boogie B, Yung Nation, and many more industry favorites. DJ Q offers jams for generous fans, while YessurrFm and SoMetro Radio broadcast from the sidelines. Sponsors making this charitable event a slam dunk are Rico Slice with Fly Times Daily, Coffee Music Hub, NASAgang, Triple D Gear, Bizzbuilder.com, and the BWE Group.
With a goal of $2500 for her missionary trip on May 18, 2013, Ms. Stephanie “VKEYZ” Reisdorph also encourages non-monetary donations of music, books, batteries, new children’s clothing, and products for women that will be distributed by her and other female missionary members of “All Women Marching for Hope”.
To support the arts while raising awareness for domestic violence, visit www.Gofundme.com/
If you’d like more information about this event, please contact:
Krista Kelley PR
Twitter: @KristaKelley @The_80sBabyEnt @J_Rhodes @Real_VKEYZ