From the pen of Mr. Spoken Red
Celebrate the Year in Review December 13, 2014 as Spoken Red highlights commemorative moments and features the 2014 honorees and 2015 calendar models. Tickets available through 12/10 via firstname.lastname@example.org or text 337.935.9585.
After this afternoon's show you wouldn't be able to tell Mr. Spoken Red hadn't conducted a runway show in 2 years!!! The Spoken Red models showed how his instruction made them look flawless!!! Check out the video on our home page HERE.
Greater Southwest Louisiana Black Chamber of Commerce contacted us to select their runway models for their "What to Wear" Fashion Segment Saturday at Noon. We are honored in addition to be the coordinator for the segment. Come out and support these models and this FREE event open to the public!
What a blast!!! 2015 Calendar Model Meet & Greet was this afternoon!!! Thanks for those who came and we missed those of you who couldn't!!! #FunTimes #NotJustRedSpokenRed #Calendar2015 #HappyBirthdayLance #WhatsNext
Pure excitement, adrenaline rush and overall a blessing!!! First time working through a political campaign and it was worthwhile! Congrats to my fam Chris Wilrye elected as the NEW Westlake Chief of Police last night!!! #ElectionDay #Westlake #Louisiana
All Churches, Businesses and Organizations
2015 NOLA Gospel Awards will be held January 10, 2015 in New Orleans, LA. The event is schedule to feature How Sweet the Sound Regional Winners, Joshua Kagler and HPC and renowned gospel legend Karen Clark-Sheard.
Now through December 1st, NOLA Gospel Awards Committee has open call for vendors and sponsors. This is a great opportunity to market yourself along with your brand at this large scaled event.
For further inquiries, contact email@example.com before December 1st.
#EssenceFest 2015 weekend ticket packages are on-sale now! Find the tickets that's right for you or get a VIP package for an all-access experience! http://ow.ly/DJXs2
SU Ag Center Communities of Color Inducts Area Business Spoken Red Tobacco Free
OPELOUSAS, LA – Regions 4 and 5 Coordinator Troy Kennedy will induct Area Business, Spoken Red Enterprises, as tobacco free in the SU Ag Center Communities of Color Network. This private event is scheduled Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. here in Opelousas, LA. Communities of Color Network staff works collaboratively with members of the communities, organizations and partners to increase the awareness of and utilization of cessation services among Louisiana's communities.
“Since my first involvement with Spoken Red back in 2012, I knew this business shown heavy care and concern for the community.” said Kennedy. ”From hosting its annual calendar project to its community outreach program for kids 5-17, Spoken Red strives to create new leaders and bring amateurs into the spotlight!”
Kennedy added, “This is one of many growing businesses we are seeking to add to our network. We strive hard to raise awareness in the importance of being a tobacco free business and implementing continuous efforts through the community.”
Louisiana's tobacco statistics are startling. The state ranks number two as the largest percentage of African-American smokers. Nearly 24 percent of Louisiana adults smoke and a quarter of high school students in Louisiana are smokers. The Communities of Color Network serves as the infrastructure for building capacity, coordinating, organizing, and implementing tobacco prevention and control programs and activities in the region.
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