TICKETS TO THE 2013 ROCK THE RED SHOW ARE ON NOW SALE AT http://rockthered2013.eventbrite.com!
The Red Pump Project invites you to the 3rd annual Rock the Red: Bold. Fashion. Awareness. show, to be held on Saturday, March 24, 2012 in Chicago, IL at the Society Art Gallery (2140 W. Fulton St.,). Rock the Red brings together our passion for social justice and our love of fashion, while commemorating National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
Rock the Red will also showcase the newest fashions by upcoming designers and boutiques from around the city of Chicago.
We're excited to have Kim Coles join us as host of the event, which will begin with a reception at 6pm, and the show promptly at 7:00pm. She'll helps us honor Sister Yaa Simpson, whose tireless work in the fight against HIV/AIDS deserves recognition.
So join us for a fantastic evening! Ladies, ROCK YOUR RED PUMPS! Gentlemen, ROCK YOUR RED TIES!
Regular tickets are $30. **VIP Tickets are SOLD OUT.**
Entry into the show will also give free entry into our afterparty, which will begin at 10pm, happening directly afterwards. Cash bar will be available.
Street parking is available by the venue!
Tickets will be $35 at the door.
Rock the Red Team
Producer & Stylist: Benjamin Cottrell (Benjamin Cottrell Designs)
Coordinator: Fisayo Ogundimu (One Look Events)
Music: DJ Bonsu (@DJBonsu)
Hair: Dee Desalu
Videography: DntBooMe Video Productions, Omen Media
What: Rock the RED: Bold. Fashion. Awareness. fashion show
When: March 24, 2012
Where: Society Art Gallery (2140 W. Fulton St.; Chicago, IL 60612)
Time: 6 - 9:00 p.m. (6 p.m.- Cocktail Hour; 7 p.m. Show begins)
Afterparty begins at 10pm at the same venue, and goes til 2am! Tickets to the show is all you need to get into the afterparty.
PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY
Q Qream™ Strawberry Crème Liqueur. 12.5% Alc/Vol. ©2012 Diageo, Norwalk, CT.
Q Qream™ Peach Crème Liqueur. 12.5% Alc/Vol. ©2012 Diageo, Norwalk, CT.
The Red Pump Project® is a nonprofit organization that raises awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls. We empower, educate, and motivate action by boldly driving conversation online and offline around HIV prevention and issues related to sexual and reproductive health. We use the Red Pump as a symbol of empowerment to represent the strength and courage of women affected by HIV/AIDS.
Red Pump believes that if HIV affects one, it affects us all. We use a powerful symbol for a powerful cause. The incorporation of fashion into the message of HIV prevention is our contribution as we hope to show that Awareness is Always in Style!
To learn more, please visit The Red Pump website.
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