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National Coalition of 100 Black Women Presidential Inaugural Celebration
Red Carpet Presidential Inaugural Celebration 2013, hosted by the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Los Angeles Chapter and TV 1061
The NCBW is an organization located in more than 62 cities, with thousands of members committed to improving the quality of opportunities in which they reside. With a platform that includes health and wellness, education and economic empowerment for the community and its residents the NCBW is embracing 2013 with new and innovative programs that benefit all. On,Monday, January 21st, 2013 this historic organization has teamed up with TV-1061, a popular Internet broadcast station to bring you live streaming coverage of the Presidential Inaugural Celebration. This event is a once in a lifetime opportunity to commemorate the election of Barack Obama to a second term as President of the United States of America. No other station or broadcast is offering this unique opportunity on this historic night in the city of Los Angeles.
TV-1061, located at 1061 S. La Brea, Inglewood, CA., 90031 is a “State of the Art” recording and film studio which provides film production services with the latest in today’s modern technology. Taking a client’s concepts and transforming their ideas into a viable medium, TV-1061 is making its mark in the highly competitive market-place in this new age of new media.
Confirmed Politicians and celebrities attending include: State Senator Rod Wright, Los Angeles Council woman and Mayoral Candidate, Jan Perry, M.J Duffy, Best Selling Author of “Lost Love,” Zankli Chronicles. Many more politicians and celebrities will be announced closer to the event date.
The evening’s festivities will include hosted Hors d’oeuvres and beverages, entertainment, music, broadcast of the balls and festivities in Washington, D.C. The evening will also include interviews with local dignitaries, celebrities and product sponsors.
Tickets are $30 and to order call (323) 293-9108/ for additional information about the festivities Contact Moza Cooper at 323-290-1817
All media inquires contact: Joy Parris or Shirin Paulino at 323-251-1004/