Project Nicole L.A. is a special events and entertainment marketing company that is fully serviced. Following their immensely successful Labor Day event, a Halloween event which is to be held by the company is leaving many effervescent in excited anticipation.
Downtown Los Angeles, California, September 11, 2019: The Labor Day event was Project Nicole L.A.’s debut and was held to benefit the Downtown Women’s Center (DWC). Titled “4 Walls for All,” the charity event was pulled off extravagantly on September 2nd, 2019. It was held at Innerspace Gallery, 110 Winston St, Los Angeles, CA 90013 and was celebrity-hosted complete with a star-studded red-carpet walk. “4 Walls for All” pooled members of the entertainment industry together with members of the Los Angeles community and a fun filled awareness day decorated by music, entertainment and charity ensued. Nicole Day’s first company event in partnership with SIPA (Search to Involve Pilipino Americans) garnered much media attention which included coverage from FilAm press Tony Garcia and Katie Ortiz (Weekend Balita News) and raised funds that benefitted the Downtown Women’s Center www.downtownwomenscenter.org . The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women.
And now, kicking it up a notch, Project Nicole L.A. is all geared up to launch their second holiday event, Halloween “Strange Things in the City.” The 80’s T.V. inspired event is set to be held with a bang on October 31st, 2019, from 8 pm to 2 am, ages 18 and over. This grand opening Halloween gala “Strange Things in the City” is expected to be the biggest Halloween costume party held in Downtown Los Angeles. This anticipated sold out event will host an array of famous social media influencers and surprise celebrity guests in attendance all night long in support of the cause. This gala includes a live DJ set, costume contests, open bar, and food trucks. With information about the location of the event being guarded and the night’s celebrity host, it ups the ante on expectations. Like “4 Walls for All”, “Strange Things in the City” is also a red-carpet graced event – a Halloween fundraiser event to be precise. Presale tickets for this event is available for $45 on Eventbrite at https://strangethingscostumeparty.eventbrite.com for a limited time. Project Nicole L.A. aims to promote goodwill in the community by giving back a portion of the night’s ticket profits once again to Downtown Women’s Center. Having “Strange Things in the City” in DTLA walk-down sees a rise in Project Nicole L.A.’s confidence and competence as a premiere event and entertainment marketing company with social responsibility. It’s their hope that this Halloween fundraiser will help DWC achieve their goals in uplifting women beset by the throes of homelessness.
Project Nicole L.A. is actively seeking Sponsors and in-kind donations to help support this event benefitting the Downtown Women’s Center. Please call or email us firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can get involved.
About Project Nicole LA (https://www.projectnicolelosangeles.com/)
Project Nicole L.A. is a full-service Special Events and Entertainment Marketing Company located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. They collaborate and work with major media, press outlets, entertainment businesses, and local celebrities to promote and make DTLA a one stop destination for leisure and lively entertainment events while still being socially conscious.They aim to promote diversity, unity, and goodwill in the community, all in which adds social and economic value. Producing events with support from community partnerships enables them to be an active participant of charitable giving to various non- profits in the city. The socially conscious company P.N.L.A. was founded in 2019 by Filipino American Nicole Day after pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Entertainment Business at LAFS (Hollywood). She combined all her trademark skills in talent management, event planning, brand awareness and entertainment public relations to curate and produce events that aims to bring awareness of social causes affecting the community.
Left to Right : Sthanlee B. Mirador ( FilAm Entertainment Photographer, SIPA USA), Nicole Day (Founder), Oliver Carnay ( International Artists PR & Talent Management) at “4 Walls For All” Labor Day Event.
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