LOS ANGELES, March 22 MAYO Communications has been retained to promote the first MAMMOJAM 2010 set for Thursday, April 1, 2010, at the newly opened Rise Club, 6801 W. Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA.
"We've walked for it, we've run for it, we've raced for it and now it's time to dance for it," said Lissa Levin Guntzelman, television writer/producer, Mad About You and WKRP in Cincinnati, who came up with the event idea.
"I wanted to do this for myself, my family and other breast cancer victims," she said. "I have supported Dr. Susan Love Foundation, because she has committed her life to putting an end to breast cancer in our lifetime. And I have a daughter who's now 20, and I want her to see this happen."
Dancing With The Stars' Louis Van Amstel and Jonathan Roberts will make guest appearances at the first MAMMOJAM 2010, a dance club benefit for Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation, at the Rise Club. Open to all ages, the event will feature music from the 70's to Salsa and Disco to Today.
MAYO Communications is no stranger to celebrity events, launching TV dramas Palmetto Point with Jason Priestly to TV's Whittaker Bay featuring twin sisters Kelly and Sabrina Aldridge from MTV's reality series, 8th & Ocean, in Wilmington, NC. MAYO also represents Warrior Records, celebrity authors, actors and most recently helped create a media buzz for The 1st Annual Noble Awards, where a dozen charities honored celebrities like actor Morgan Freeman, Teri Hatcher, Annalynne McCord, Joel Madden, Nicole Ritchie and Emily Bear for noble charity work. Another high profile event is the annual LAEDC Forecast, which offers updates on runaway TV/film production.
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MAYO Communications, based in LA, with offices in New York, San Diego and Bern, Switzerland, specializes in entertainment, high-tech, business, financial, hospitality and lifestyle branding and publicity.
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Last year MAYO Communications earned a record 250 million media impressions and netted more than 2,000 national articles on the first day of the Hollywood Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike which resulted in 85 million media impressions over three months. For more on MAYO visit: www.MAYOCommunications.com.
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