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Mister Migs LLC Announces Celebrity Emcee for “Denim Dogs Fashion Blast 2015”
John Lemley, Popular Atlanta Radio Personality and Host of WMLB’s “City Café,” Joins Event
TUCKER GA (21 July 2015) – Mister Migs LLC, a Georgia non-profit organization that designs and produces high-quality couture dog wear and gear while providing employment opportunities for marginalized young adults, announced today that Atlanta radio personality John Lemley will host its first annual “Denim Dogs Fashion Blast 2015” fundraiser, scheduled for Saturday, 7 November 2015 at Ambient + Studio.
Lemley is the host and producer of “John Lemley’s City Café” on Atlanta’s AM 1690 WMLB, “The Voice of the Arts.” From 1997-2015, John was an on-air host and producer at 90.1 WABE, Atlanta’s NPR station where he created and hosted numerous news and music programs, including “Daytime,” “Aubade,” “Tapestry,” “The Stargazer’s Journal,” “Bach’s Lunch” and “All Things Considered.”
“John’s positive energy and love of dogs make him a perfect choice for our event,” stated Karen Lynn, founder and president of WOW In-Sync, Mister Migs’s parent organization. “As one of Atlanta’s most popular radio personalities, as well as a well-respected member of the arts community, he will be a wonderful addition to our event team, and we are grateful for his support of our mission.”
The ticketed event will be a celebration of the wonderful world of dogs, starring working canines from show dogs to community heroes. The main portion of the evening’s entertainment will be the runway fashion show, spotlighting couture canine designs from Mister Migs’s debut collection, modeled by local celebrity dogs accompanied by Atlanta runway models. Proceeds from the event will benefit the organization’s mission to provide real-world job experience to young adults, many of whom have developmental disabilities and autism.
“I am honored and excited to be part of this great event,” said Lemley. “The Mister Migs’s fashions and accessories are such fun, and I can hardly wait to see what’s in store for the new collection. I hope all my friends and followers will make it down to Denim Dogs Fashion Blast 2015, and help me make the evening a success for this great organization.”
For more information on Denim Dogs Fashion Blast 2015, including sponsorships and how to purchase tickets, visit www.mistermigs.com. Companies and individuals interested in sponsorships should contact Mary Justman at firstname.lastname@example.org for available packages and prices.
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About Mister Migs
Mister Migs LLC is a manufacturing and retail distribution company providing couture “Dog Gear for Good.” Supporting a green initiative, Mister Migs uses recycled denim as the core material for all its product designs. Based in Tucker, Georgia (part of metro Atlanta), Mister Migs is an open-community entrepreneurial initiative of WOW In-Sync, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) organization providing real-life work and community experience to marginalized youth, many of whom are challenged by developmental disabilities or autism. Through their experiences at Mister Migs, these youth gain an understanding of what is expected of them in business, helping them overcome barriers to mainstream employment and empower them to pursue their passions in career and life. For more information, visit www.mistermigs.com.
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The new issue of Money Magazine has a feature entitled "50 States, 50 Heroes" that lists a group of people who "are making extraordinary efforts to improve the personal finances of others." Representing the state of Georgia is none other than Karen Lynn, founder and president of WOW In-Sync and Mister Migs.
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