Philadelphia

SYNERGY, a charitable networking initiative held at the Comcast Center

(Catching up with an event that occurred last month and happens again next month that you might want to attend.)

On Friday, November 12, 2010 from 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., SYNERGY, a charitable networking initiative, will tackle hunger with a benefit for Philabundance & Stop Hunger NOW at The Comcast Center, 1701 John F. Kennedy Blvd. The goal is to heighten awareness to the growing epidemic of hunger which affects “900,000 low-income residents of the Delaware Valley” according to Philabundance’s website.
This premier networking fundraiser will also collaborate with Why PR and Marketing as they host their sixth annual “I’m Still Here Networking Mixer and Holiday Shopping Night” to bring together young professionals, political activists, and community leaders to spend an evening to Stamp Out Hunger.
One of the co-creators and host Baba Renfrow, managing partner of DistanteCo -1510 Sansom Street, Philadelphia
Rochelle Lashley, selling Traci Lynn Jewelery, which seems to be very popular and she was doing a brisk sales
Maria D’Arcy is attending the networking event for the first time and told me she had a nice time. The place was fairly packed, and has been growing since their first event held at Octo over the summer.
Sheila Hall, Stan Watson, Judge Rozanne Covington, Lotus Gibbs and Paul Smith (who used to work with me at Kohn Swift eons ago.)
Chi-chi Enrique, Linda Blanding, AKA and Charlene Shuler, AKA

Chi-chi Enrique sporting robin egg color pumps matching her earrings, with Anne Marie Blake (Which reminds me where is CBS3’s Anne-Marie Green, she got all married and disappeared from my radar.)
Stop Hunger Now Join The Fight Against Hunger

Stop Hunger Now is an international hunger relief organization that coordinates the distribution of food and other life-saving aid around the world. The organization is driven by a vision to end world hunger in our lifetime and a mission to provide food and life-saving aid to the world’s most destitute and hungry in the most sustainable, efficient and effective manner.

Antoine Cruel, Richelle Payne, Hurst & Leigh Communications, Shelton Mercer, Advisory Bpard, Stop Hunger Now and Blake Jennelle, My Dunk Tank. MyDunkTank is a fundraising website powered by laughter. (Blake’s Christmas Tree in his NYC pad: Stolen from Facebook)
Tracy and Steve Davis (Tracy is in the center of this page) have a stylish eyeglass place in the Comcast Center Omega Optical’s at 1701 JFK Blvd.
James Robinson and John Byars

Thanks to the sponsors that made this event possible:
3BG Marketing Solutions, Bountiful Design Productions, Dime Universal, Femmes D’allure Magazine, IM3Media, Philadelphia Weekly, Shawn Rivers Photography, Why PR and Marketing, The Streets Are Talking Radio Show, Synergy, Omega Optical, Ciroc Vodka, Prestige Concepts, Eatible Delights Catering, Mercedes-Benz of Fort Washington and many more.