> Latonius Earl and Justin Chase perform at Club Inspire U grand opening : Diversity News Publications | Diversity News Magazine | Diversity News TV | Diversity News Radio | Diversity News Magazine Awards | Miss and Mrs Diversity | Miss Diversity News | Steven Escobar | Esteban Escobar | Diversity News 3960 | Diversity News Productions

Latonius Earl and Justin Chase perform at Club Inspire U grand opening

April 18, 2010 by  
Filed under Entertainment, Featured

latoniousjustinOn April 17, 2010 Club Inspire U opened at Cobra Nightclub in North Hollywood, CA. The event was held from 6pm to 9pm. The show was introduced and opened by Kris Searle (creator of Club Inspire U and Inspire U Records), who also performed.
“I just wanted to take a moment to say thanks to you for a wonderful evening, I left uplifted and truly “Inspired”, each artist/speaker poured their heart into every word and you could feel it.” said Joyce Licorish, singer and actress. She concluded “What an amazing thing you have started. I look forward to working with you in the near future.”

1-800-FLOWERS.COM

Also Jesschelle, Justin Chase, Stuart Guest, Latonius Earl, Terence Jay performed. Christina Aldana, a former top 5 contestant from Local Celebrity Los Angeles 2010, was scheduled to perform but was unable to do so due to a contract commitment. As per event organizers, she will be performing at the next event.

Sarah Culberson and La Tasha Roberts (Inspirational Speakers) shared “A Princess Found”, and “Delotshewit – Life Sentence”, their stories behind their talent, life experiences and how they were inspired to continue pursuing their dreams.
Thrifty Rent-A-Car System, Inc.
Some of the celebrities and personalities who attended the event were Fawn, Joyce Licorish, Eric Rowe, John Carvalho, Tom Tangen and Andre Agazaryan.

The event was hosted by U Records and produced by Kris Seale, Rich Williams and Robert Burgener.

The event organizers announced that 20% of the proceeds from this event and any other Inspire U event go to The American Cancer Society. As per event organizers, a couple of hundred people attended the event and raised $75.20 that will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Save $465 Pkg (300x250)

 

About Club Inspire U: Created to inspire independent minds in a safe environment where no one judges you and nothing is turned away. Come here to be touched, moved, supported, and enlightened. For more information you can visit http://www.clubinspireu.com and http://www.inspireurecords.com

Editor’s Note: Story was proof read by Linda Krongold, our New York, NY Special Correspondent For Diversity News. For more information you can contact her at andmeljar@aol.com


  • christmas gifts and christmas party supplies

Comments are closed.