Beauty In/Beauty Out Awards 2015 - 3rd Annual BIBO Awards returns to the City of Lights
Beauty is back! The BIBO (Beauty In/ Beauty Out) Awards Show is back on tour for its third year, with a new stop in Los Angeles and returning stops to Chicago and Las Vegas.
By: Beauty In/Beauty Out Awards
After its first stop in Los Angeles, California, the third annual BIBO Awards Show will return for a second tour of Sin City. BIBO Founder Traci S. Campbell is thrilled to bring BIBO back to the Las Vegas area and to the fabulous Dal Toro Ristorante in the Palazzo Casino (http://www.daltoro.com/
A sneak peak at some of the amazing honorees of the Reflection Award trophy include: Entrepreneurs Calanit Atia and Beli Andaluz; Marlene Richter, Executive Director of the Shade Tree Shelter for women and children; Lavetta Schneider, Mrs. Nevada 2014; Christy Steven of Hearts Alive Village Las Vegas; Dr. DaliahWachs, physician and host of the “Dr. Daliah Radio Show”; Holistic practitioner Dr. Sandiee Peters; District 8 State Senator Patricia Farley; AIDS Activist Hydeia Broadbent, and former Nevada US Representative Shelley Berkley. This year’s BIBO Starlet Award will be given to Erica Korbel, a Bishop Gorman HS student, who has positively affected her community by heading a school supply recycling effort for homeless teens in her area.
The event will be also feature a silent auction, DJ Bomb Shel, and rising country star Olivia Dvorak. Tickets will be available for purchase soon. For more information on BIBO Las Vegas, including sponsorship packages and media credential submissions, visit www.biboawards.com.
BIBO, which stands for ‘Beauty In / Beauty Out’ is presented by the C.H.A.M.P. Community Project, a 501(c)(3) organization, which provides self-development and self-empowerment educational programs focused on the emotional and mental well-being of adults as well as teens who are living in single-parent environments. Both organizations were founded by Social Entrepreneur Traci S. Campbell, who is an author, life coach, and radio host. The goal of the awards show is “to change the negative and oftentimes unrealistic images of women in mainstream media today. We promote real beauty, education, and real role models for the next generation by spotlighting community SUPERWOMEN.”
For more information on the founder of C.H.A.M.P. Community project and the Beauty In/Beauty Out (BIBO) Awards, Traci S. Campbell, visit www.traciscampbell.com, www.biboawards.com and follow her and her organization on Twitter @traciscampbell and @biboawards and Instagram @bibotour. For press and media inquiries for Traci S. Campbell, C.H.A.M.P. and the BIBO Awards, contact Amirakal Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-545-6276.