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MUDA Multimedia Entertainment Proudly Announces “Keep the Peace”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MUDA Multimedia Entertainment Proudly Announces “Keep the Peace”

New Brunswick, NJ (July 23, 2012) – Professional singer/songwriter Michele “Fuchsia” Mupo has written a song to honor & assist U.S. Veterans. While the song – “Keep the Peace” – is patriotic in nature, its message is universal. Every year, thousands of men & women give their effort, health & even lives, for OUR Freedom…but such Sacrifice comes with a price.

These brave citizens often return home with PTSD, depression & many other physical or psychological issues. No doubt, they are strong…but even the strongest Troop needs to know he or she can depend on the people they defend. That’s why www.MudaMultimediaEntertainment.com is spearheading a campaign to sponsor, finance and promote a video for “Keep the Peace”. This video (starring Traci Bingham of Baywatch, Pro Wrestling Divas Dawn Marie & Mickie James, among others) will be filmed in many different locales throughout the country – to represent solidarity – and will bring a much-needed awareness to the plight of these soldiers & their families. More importantly, the monies generated from the fundraiser, song & video will assist in aiding these brave men & women with job placement, food, grants, home rebuilding/renovation & much, much more.

KEEP THE PEACE

It doesn’t matter if you’re donating $1 or $1,000. Show your Red, White & Blue colors by giving to this worthy cause…and GIVING BACK to the individuals who keep this country FREE. You can Donate ANY amount to the “Keep The Peace” campaign fund by going to:

www.gofundme.com/7m8r0 We thank you in advance for any & all donations; together, we can make a huge impact!

Progress Updates & More Information can be found @:

www.MudaMultimediaEntertainment.com

www.MySpace.com/THEREALFUCHSIA

www.twitter.com/MICHELEMUPO

www.facebook.com/MicheleMupo

If you have an item you would like to donate for auction, please call: 732-236-1987

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(FREE) Philadelphia Asian American Film & Filmmakers Happy Hour / Networking Event

Come join Philadelphia Asian American Film & Filmmakers (PAAFF) and Boat People SOS for a happy hour/networking event tomorrow, the First Friday of May!
Learn more about PAAFF’s upcoming film festival, meet the leaders of our various organizations and enjoy the “Exit Saigon, Enter Little Saigon” exhibit in the gallery space at the Asian Arts Initiative, a community-based arts center in Philadelphia… that explores the diverse experiences of Asian Americans.
 FREE event. Drinks and light fare provided (suggested donation for beer/wine is $3).
Asian Arts Initiative 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 557-0455 http://www.asianartsinitiative.org/
 

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Be In The “Keep The Peace” Music Video With Singer / Songwriter Michele “Fuchsia” Mupo & Other Major Celebrities

MICHELE MUPO AKA FUCHSIA ON KEEP THE PEACE

www.MUDAMultimediaEntertainment.com

http://www.twitvid.com/embed.php?guid=XAXI2&autoplay=0

 

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STREET TEAM (Needed)

If you would like to make a difference in helping your favorite pro wrestlers who are in need of help, join the (Wrestlers Rescue – STREET TEAM) !!!

By joining the (Wrestlers Rescue – STREET TEAM), you can get special rewards & special V.I.P. meet & greets just for helping out our street team.

You must be 18 years of age or older and you must have means of transportation to join. If you fit these requirements and if you are interested in joining our street team, please contact “Vinny The Guido” for more details at VinnyTheGuido@WrestlersRescue.org

 

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Be Apart of History and Make A Difference… It Starts With You

Please look at MUDA Multimedia Entertainment’s latest project “Keep the Peace” very similar to “We Are The World”. We are aiming to rehabilitate the homes of the disabled veterans coming home from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan with a large portion of the proceeds. In order for a major network to look at our package and realize the importance of helping these men and women who have gone over seas to fight for our Country The key is getting 100 people to donate and it doesn’t matter if it is $1.00 because $1 will make a change This music video will make a statement so that we can help the men and women who have fought for us and now need our help. Please click on the link below, then click the “Keep the Peace” banner and donate now… and make the change…. Thank you for your support.

Click HERE for additional details

 

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“B A Hero” PSA Video Contest Announced by Hep B Free Philadelphia and Hepatitis B Foundation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Leah Ludwig

leah@furiarubel.com / 215-340-0480

(Help Save Lives and Stop Hepatitis B through a PSA Video Contest)

PHILADELPHIA (January 2012) – Hep B Free Philadelphia, a citywide and community-owned education campaign led by the Hepatitis B Foundation to save lives and stop hepatitis B, is calling on the Greater Philadelphia community to participate in its “B A Hero” Public Service Announcement (PSA) Video Contest 2012. Interested participants are asked to create 30-second PSAs to raise awareness about hepatitis B.

There are three opportunities to submit PSAs about the subject of hepatitis B awareness in relation to the “B A Hero” theme. Deadlines are Feb. 17, 2012; Mar. 16, 2012; and Apr. 13, 2012 – no later than 11:59 p.m. EST. There will be three separate judging periods in which video submissions will be added to the Hep B Free Philadelphia Facebook page and Facebook users will have the opportunity vote on their favorite video. Three finalists will be identified and each will receive a prize of $100. The grand prize winner, selected by Hep B Free Philadelphia and Hepatitis B Foundation representatives, will receive an additional $150 and their PSA will be shown at the 2012 Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival and Hep B Free Philadelphia’s annual media event.

“Hepatitis B is a serious infection that affects at least 2 million people in the U.S. It is often known as a silent killer because its symptoms tend to be hidden until it’s simply too late,” said Chari Cohen, Hepatitis B Foundation Associate Director of Public Health. “By offering this PSA video contest, we are hoping to engage people in the Philadelphia region, create awareness about hepatitis B and help saves lives by having people get tested for this preventable and treatable disease.”

To be eligible to participate in the contest, individuals must be 18 years of age or have consent of legal guardianship and must physically live in the Greater Philadelphia region. Companies that are incorporated in the Greater Philadelphia region are also eligible. Within this contest, the Greater Philadelphia region is defined as the Pennsylvania counties of Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, Montgomery and Philadelphia.

Video submissions can be in any style or genre of film or video including, but not limited to, animation, drama, still art, imagery, comedy or documentary. Videos should be formatted as MPEG-4, 320×240 files. When submitting via traditional mail or hand-delivery, the files must be saved on DVD-R discs and delivered to the Hepatitis B Foundation at 3805 Old Easton Road, Doylestown, Pa. 18902. When submitting via large file transfer Web services, videos should be sent to PSAContest@hepb.org. All entries must be received on or before the deadlines for contest eligibility. To learn more, go to www.hepbfreephiladelphia.org/2012/hepbpsacontest or contact Hep B Free Philadelphia Program Manager Daniel Chen at Daniel.chen@hepb.org.

About Hep B Free Philadelphia: Hep B Free Philadelphia is a public awareness and education campaign that has been launched to address the growing severity of hepatitis B and liver cancer in the U.S. The primary goals of the Philadelphia campaign include raising the public profile of hepatitis B and liver cancer as an urgent health priority; increasing hepatitis B testing and vaccination rates, particularly among at-risk populations; and involving and mobilizing stakeholders and policy decision-makers to improve access to care for both the prevention and treatment of hepatitis B and liver cancer. To learn more, go to www.hepbfreephiladelphia.org .

About the Hepatitis B Foundation: The Hepatitis B Foundation is the only national nonprofit organization solely dedicated to finding a cure for hepatitis B and improving the quality of life for those affected worldwide through research, education and patient advocacy. To learn more, go towww.hepb.org or call (215) 489-4900.

 

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