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Ebony Steele’s 2nd Annual Bare Chest for Breast Cancer Event

Ebony Steele, Co-host, Susan G. Komen Circle of Promise Ambassador and One of Five Survivor Ambassadors for General Mills’ Pink Together 2010 campaign
Co-Host Ebony Steele will feature Atlanta’s top male models, all in the name of charity! From athletes, students to entrepreneurs, Atlanta’s most handsome will rip the runway all in the name of breast awareness. “I created the Ebony’s Eye Candy event as a fun and entertaining way to bring young women together, highlighting awareness of social needs when I was on the air in Dallas and Birmingham,” says Steele. “The Dallas and Birmingham events were such a huge success, so I wanted to bring the acclaimed series to Atlanta!”
In addition, Bare Chest for Breast Cancer is proud to announce the support of our VIP Host Committee Members whose names are: Charlene Bastien, VP for African Pride; Askia Fountain, CEO/Executive A&R Timeless Entertainment; April Love, Ask April Love; Autumn Bailey Ford, Executive Producer; Brian Short,   Celebrity Wardrobe Stylist; Chef Jason Ellis, Social Cravings & FOX ; Hell’s Kitchen; Daniel & Shauna Wilcox, (former) NFL Player; Danielle Parks, Honey PR Management; Eddie Rhodman, Destined for Success Management; Erik Burton, PROFILE Marketing & PR; Freddie Cameron, VP Georgia Entertainment; J’Aimeka Jai Ferrell, The Jai Group, LLC; Jamal Anderson, (former) NFL player & Sports Analyst; Janae Veal, Personal trainer/NPC figure competitor/Breast Cancer Survivor; Jovita Moore, WSB-TV News Anchor; Lori Hall, Director of Entertainment Marketing – TBS, TCM, TNT; , M320 Consulting; Nicole Garner, The Garner Circle PR; Olori Swank, Celebrity Wardrobe Stylist; Sheri Riley, Glue Inc; The J. Lewis Group; Tamiko Hope, Word Ink; and Warren Huntley, Warren Huntley Presents
595 North Event Venue and Lounge
North Ave. NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 835-2329WHEN:
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
– Gifting Suite & Silent Auction 6:30-7:30 p.m.
– Fashion Show 8-9 p.m.Advance tickets can be purchased online at barechest.eventbrite.com  
Proceeds from BARE CHEST FOR BREAST CANCER will benefit Susan G. Komen Circle of Promise for whom Ebony is a national ambassador alongside Gabrielle Union, Rene’ Syler, and Richard Roundtree. (www.circleofpromise.org). Ebony was featured last year in October as a survivor on Cheerios, Hamburger Helper, and other General Mills products, and has been highlighting survivors daily on the nationally syndicated Rickey Smiley Morning Show.

Sponsors include: African Pride, HOT 107.9, Susan G Komen Circle of Promise, Kickboard Kouture, D&K Suit City, DTLR, Shaka King NY collections, Ken Barber Signature, Favrit Underwear, Lee Gregory, Kraze Magazine, Urban Lux Magazine, Shades of Monet Cosmetics, Treat Your Feet, Lavish Boutique, Wellstar, Cake Café Atlanta, Janseen Robinson Live Painting and Candy Collections by Candice Petersen.

Media interviews before and at the event will be scheduled

Ebony Steele (www.ebonysteele.com ) embodies the essence of what it means to lead, inspire and persevere.  Ebony Steele’s daily adjustments to balance life, career, health and wellness are ones that are relatable to women across the globe.  Each year 1 and 35 women in the U.S are diagnosed with breast cancer and Ebony serves as a beacon of light as she has and continues to defeat this disease.  This year she is a Susan G. Komen Circle of Promise Ambassador and General Mills Pink Together Ambassador. Not a victim, but an advocate is the best way to describe Ebony’s tenacity and perseverance.    She uses these same qualities daily as she is a successful entrepreneur of a dance performance studio and entertainer, co-hosting a nationally syndicated radio show.
(Susan G. Komen for the Cure ®) Nancy G. Brinker promised her dying sister, Susan G. Komen, she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer forever. In 1982, that promise became Susan G. Komen for the Cure ® and launched the global breast cancer movement. Today, Komen for the Cure is the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures. Thanks to events like the Komen Race for the Cure, we have invested nearly $1.3 billion to fulfill our promise, becoming the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world. For more information about Susan G. Komen for the Cure ®, breast health or breast cancer, visit  www.komen.org
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure ® Circle of Promise has pledged to do our part to ensure that African American women are empowered with the information and tools they need to take charge of their own health and serve as ambassadors in their local communities. The Circle of Promise movement is designed to engage African American women to help end breast cancer forever by fostering increased awareness, support, empowerment and action.
Join the conversation about @EbonySteele on Twitter using hashtag #BC4BC

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