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EventInsure.Net, Part of MovieInsure.Com Insurance Services, Is a Provider of Low Cost Event Insurance-now Licensed in 20 States, Incl Texas, Florida, and North Carolina

Northridge, Ca (PRWEB) November 04, 2013 is dedicated to providing low cost event insurance to twenty states countrywide and growing. Most reputable venues and locations require general liability at a minimum. Usually, the required limit is $ 1,000,000 in coverage, but this limit can be as high as $ 10,000,000 in some cases. Cheap event insurance can still be obtained, if it is underwritten properly and placed with a reputable insurance carrier.

Insurable events can range from weddings and bar-mitzvahs to Christmas parties and festivals. Typically, the locations require the general liability. However, depending on the needs of the client, coverage for rented equipment, borrowed and rented vehicles, and even worker’s compensation can be added on to the policy. is focused on providing cheap movie insurance to indie film producers looking for film insurance. Over time, more states have been added to the list and they continue to expand. For the past nine years, David Karubian – key broker at, Inc. – has specialized in this niche market and considers himself to be a specialist in the field. As a byproduct of production insurance advertizing, customer calls came in for “events.” Ever ready to serve the customer, Insurance Services expanded their field to include events to their list of insurance products.

Weather concerns are now something that can also be added to the list of items that can be covered. It does require underwriting, but not a lot. When large budgets are at stake, many clients opt for the coverage “just in case”.

Technically, certain types of filming can fall into the “event” category of insurance. The need for production insurance in Los Angeles is apparent in the requirement when obtaining permits for locations. has come through countless times for last minute certificates needed to secure filming permits. Many of the low budget indie productions ask for nothing more than cheap film insurance just to obtain the permit as a formality.

According to David, “Event insurance in North Carolina is a fairly common requirement that homeowners insurance is simply not able to cover…” although many folks try. There are a variety of risks that can come with an event, such as liquor, fireworks, animals, and even inflatable amusement devices. “We write a large amount of event insurance in Los Angeles alone,” says David.

According to David, “we are shifting from a ‘transactional model’ to more of a ‘relationship-based model’ and plan to nurture not only existing relationships, but cultivate long-lasting ones as well… I am more than positive that ‘social networking’ will play a role in our future. We have already had a great deal of success in the past few months…” “Repeat business is a great thrill,” says Debbie West, one of the agents. “Knowing you pleased a customer enough they keep coming back, or recommending their friends gives me a feeling of success.”

“The whole idea”, according to David, “is to make the process easy for the customer. The paperwork can be time consuming, but in the end we get a lot of satisfaction from helping the independent filmmaker achieve their dreams.” “It is funny”, says David – “when customers call for an insurance quote, no one ever asks for ‘expensive insurance’, they always ask for ‘cheap production insurance.’”

However, streamlining operations, relocating and cultivating relationships are not the only things David has in mind. “I can’t get into the specifics just yet, but our customers can expect a little technology enhancements in the months to come,” says David.

One step toward better communication with the indie film community is the opening of an office on the East Coast. “So much time was being lost because of the time difference,” says Debbie West, the east coast agent, “People in New York weren’t able to reach us until noon East Coast time.”

Overall, the film and production industry has remained somewhat stable, although more and more of the risky elements are done on a green set or in post-production. Indie producers are being forced more and more to save costs and find creative ways to complete their projects on time and on budget. Often, this means getting the most out of the costs of the equipment rentals, insurance, etc. within the shortest time possible.

Obtaining affordable entertainment insurance can be a challenge, no matter what state a producer is located in. When an event is being filmed, both the event and the filming of the event have to be insured. Entertainment insurance in Florida can range from public and private performances like speaking engagements, concerts, historical reenactments, plays, and celebrations of all types.

Movie Insurance in Texas doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult to obtain – it is just about knowing where to look for it. The various municipalities and locations have similar insurance requirements that are relatively easy to fulfill. According to David, “the most difficult part of the whole process is ‘enframing’ the shoot dates and making sure the location, talent, crew, and other factors like the ‘weather’ and ‘equipment rental returns’ are taken into consideration. In most cases, increases and extensions are available as long as they are discussed and dealt with “prior” to the expiration of the policy.

The team at plans to have another press release on these topics in the days to come. If anyone has any questions, please direct them to David(at)MovieInsure(dot)com – 888-959-0772 xt 203. If you visit the page – – please be sure to hit “like” to become a fan of both the Facebook fanpage and the LinkedIN connections.

Orlando Corporate Event Photography Company Announces Portable Photobooth Alternative

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) June 05, 2014

Orlando event photography company Christie’s Photographic Solutions announces the arrival of their newest video service product, the iLite Camera.

The iLite Camera is a portable photobooth alternative perfect for events such as weddings and bar mitzvahs. The iLite utilizes a tablet with a unique flat panel light source on the back for on-the-go photography. Christie’s Photographic Solutions developed custom software that allows event guests to print, email, or post the photo on social media as soon as the photo is taken.

Due to its compact design, the iLite is ideal for events with many guests and limited floor space. The photographer is able to move around the venue with the iLite, capturing photos of the host and his or her guests.

With the iLite Camera, guests can immediately see their photos while having the option to print, email, or post to social media. Photo borders are designed with a branded message unique to the event, such as the date or more information about the hosts.

For more information about the iLite Camera and other video services offered by Christie’s Photographic Solutions, visit their website at


Christie’s Photographic Solutions offers a wide variety of event photography services both nationally and internationally. They have offices in Orlando, Miami, and Tampa, Florida as well as Washington, D.C. and Las Vegas. With over 30 years experience, the trained and professional photography staff assures quality photos of every event.

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PIRA Energy Group’s Weekly Oil Market Recap for the Week Ending August 10, 2014

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 12, 2014

NYC-based PIRA Energy Group reports that the July stock decline at Cushing strengthens WTI. In the U.S., there was largest weekly stock draw since January. In Japan, crude runs and stocks rose. Specifically, PIRA’s analysis of the oil market fundamentals has revealed the following:

July Stock Decline at Cushing Strengthens WTI

Stock levels for crude oil at Cushing dropped below 20 million barrels last month, for the first time since 2008. With logistical constraints still in place throughout much of the Midcontinent, most crude grades weakened relative to WTI, and even the Dated Brent premium shrank. However, the LLS premium strengthened, as Gulf Coast crude stocks dropped due to higher refinery runs.

Largest Weekly Stock Draw Since January

Overall U.S. commercial oil inventories fell this past week with a large product stock decline (the first since March) and a crude inventory decline. Crude stocks have fallen for six consecutive weeks. The large product inventory decline was supported by the strongest reported demand of the year. Overall inventories are now back below last year by 1.3 million barrels, with gasoline and distillate down roughly 10 and 2 million barrels, respectively.

Japanese Crude Runs and Crude Stocks Rise

Runs continued to rise in line with declining maintenance activity. Crude imports increased and crude stocks posted a modest build. Finished product stocks rose slightly. Gasoline demand fell back but lower yield allowed for a small stock draw. Gasoil demand was higher, but stocks still built on higher yield. Refining margins remain quite weak with the gasoline crack posting another sharp decline.

A Statistical Analysis of Cushing Crude Stocks and Storage Capacity Utilization

Different expressions of Cushing fundamentals, such a percent of storage capacity utilized, can have better relationships to WTI 1st – 2nd spreads than outright Cushing stocks. Over time, the strength in the correlation between Cushing fundamentals and WTI spreads has changed. Cushing fill ratios at either extreme of the historical range drive non-linear spread behavior.

Aramco Announces Crude Price Differentials for September

Saudi Arabia’s formula prices for September were just released. Prices into the U.S. were cut, against the ASCI benchmark, across the board after two straight months at record highs. Pricing into Europe and the Med against the Bwave benchmark was raised. In Asia, not surprisingly, terms were made more generous.

BULLETIN: Market Dynamics Reflecting a New Reality

There is currently a crude surplus in the Atlantic Basin which has weighed on relative prices and narrowed light-sweet crude premiums. The development of this surplus during peak season Atlantic Basin runs and North Sea maintenance has caught a market by surprise typically conditioned for tightness at this time. Many people trade off historical relationships and expect them to continue. But supply/demand changes transform markets, even though it takes time for these markets to fully absorb the new reality.

Mt Belvieu Prices Stay Strong

The U.S. LPG complex remained strong in the face of falling energy prices worldwide. Cash propane at Mt Belvieu strengthened by over 2% to 102.4¢/gal. Propane prices dipped below $ 1 early in the week, falling in sympathy with oil prices. Prices have rallied since Wednesday’s stocks report, as inventory increases have been decreasing in size. The prospect of a large crop drying season is also acting as a tailwind for prices.

Ethanol Prices Plunge

U.S. ethanol prices fell sharply the week ending August 1 after the DOE’s latest supply report showed that inventories had risen to a 16-month high the prior week. As a result, ethanol manufacturing margins were slightly lower.

The information above is part of PIRA Energy Group’s weekly Energy Market Recap – which alerts readers to PIRA’s current analysis of energy markets around the world as well as the key economic and political factors driving those markets.

Click here for additional information on PIRA’s global energy commodity market research services.

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Foto Master Releases Their New Software, Virtual Hero

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 09, 2013

After the success of Air Graffiti and Video flip, entertainment Software developers FotoMaster have released their new product, “Virtual Hero.”

Virtual Hero is software which creates personal game apps that are branded with the theme of the event while at the same time featuring the guest as the action hero.

The company’s Digital Graffiti Wall software, Air Graffiti, flipbook softwares like video flip, flipbook printer and flipbook photobooth have already created a lot of buzz throughout a wide variety of family and corporate events. Now Virtual Hero, which has experienced excellent feedback after only a few corporate shows, is just starting to capture the audience’s imagination.

The idea behind this new software is simple but impressive. Participants at a party are presented with three games to choose from and they then have their picture taken in front of a green screen. The photo on the game poster is replaced with the guest’s face which is printed and presented to them individually. Each photo also has a QR code which is scanned to install the game into their iPad or smart phone. After the process is complete participants have a gaming app installed on their device which features them as the action hero.

FotoMaster claims that with Virtual Hero audiences will be able to completely brand games and software according to the event’s particular theme- be it a corporate marketing event or a bar Mitzvah. The lifetime license for Virtual Hero costs a one time fee of $ 3950, and it also includes a year of free upgrades and support for life. FotoMaster says that the software is designed for quick customization and simple branding.

“We have created the game in a way that allows you to choose your own backdrop and logos in designated places in the game. Just point the software to your assets and have the games branded,” says FotoMaster.

FotoMaster also claims that the initial response from the public has been extremely encouraging and they are receiving frequent requests to display Virtual Hero stations at a wide variety of events. Currently there are three games being offered but the company is looking to expand their range.

No doubt this new concept from FotoMaster is extremely promising, and time will tell if Virtual Hero is going to be their next big success. To learn more about FotoMaster, please visit:

About Foto Master:

Foto Master is an entertainment software developing company established in 2008 by Boaz Telem and Ron Malkin with the aim is to create new and exciting attractions for entertainment centers, special events and theme parks. Their popular products include the Video Flip, Bobble Heads, AIR Graffiti and Virtual Hero. Their client list includes a wide range small firms and big enterprises.

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Music Legend Bryan Duncan Releases Ain’t No Sunshine Video for Blues Day Tuesday

(PRWEB) May 13, 2014

Music legend Bryan Duncan released a video of Ain’t No Sunshine, from his upcoming album The Live Experience, on YouTube and Vimeo for Blues Day Tuesday.

Duncan captured the video with a seven-piece band in Puyallup, WA during the recording of his upcoming crowdfunded album The Live Experience produced by Christopher Redner.

Duncan has released 14 solo albums, three with the NehoSoul Band and seven with the Sweet Comfort Band. His recordings have been celebrated with four Dove Awards and one Grammy Award. He has sold in excess of 1.2 million records and had 16 No. 1 radio hits.

Duncan uses social media and crowdfunding to fuel a new business model that allows him to connect directly with his audience, bypassing traditional record labels. Duncan has the creative freedom of an independent artist but is still able to compete with the big record companies for radio airplay and media coverage.

Crowdfunding is a convergence of technology, social media, fundraising and patronage that provides billions of dollars in backing to hundreds of thousands of projects. In addition to providing financial support, crowdfunding projects provide valuable information about public interests, facilitate deep relationships with backers and act as self-funded marketing campaigns for the events, services, products and campaigns they fund.

Duncan’s supporters can receive special incentives for participating in the campaign –autographed albums, house concerts and other personalized rewards.

“My audience and I share many of the same experiences. Interaction with them often is the inspiration for songs,” Duncan says. “So it’s exciting to have a way to connect with some of them during the writing and recording process.”

Music maverick Christopher Redner introduced Blues Day Tuesday on social media with the hopes it will bring added attention to the Blues.

“Blues is a great American art form but unlike Jazz and Country, it doesn’t have its own radio format,” says Redner. “Most people can’t just tune into a local Blues station. If you’re lucky, there might be a station nearby that plays Blues some of the time. Social media can help fill that gap and play a very important role in helping people discover great Blues and the radio stations that play it.”

Redner is encouraging people to share a favorite Blues song, album, video or artist on social media every Tuesday to celebrate Blues Day Tuesday in much the same way people participate in Throwback Thursday by posting an old photo of themselves. He hopes that stations that play some Blues can use Blues Day Tuesday to help promote the music they play by encouraging their listeners to make social media posts on Blues Day Tuesday.

Redner leads the Social Impact Facebook group where he teaches people how to increase their impact on social media. He will be asking his followers to help promote Blues Day Tuesday.

Redner is also encouraging the recording of new Blues music through This Music Moves Me, a blend of crowdfunding, social media and music for fans of artist development reality shows like “The Voice” and “American Idol.”

Television programs like “The Voice” and “American Idol” have revealed there are millions of people who enjoy sharing the journeys of artists who yearn to be discovered and build careers in music.

This Music Moves Me allows fans to help make music they love and to profoundly impact the artists who create it. This Music Moves Me is a unique blend of recording projects, crowdfunding, social media and artist development.

Music fans support and promote recording projects in the genres that interest them. They can influence which artists get to participate and can share their musical journeys from song development through recording to national promotion.

Musical artists don’t have to wait for a record company deal or a coveted spot on “The Voice” or “American Idol” to make significant strides toward a sustainable career in music. This Music Moves Me offers artists opportunities to grow their audiences, work with music professionals, develop as performers and record songs that will be promoted nationally.

Christopher Redner created This Music Moves Me because he has a passion for music and for helping the people who love writing and performing it. “I’ve met so many artists who are very talented but don’t have a clear idea of how to turn those talents into careers,” says Redner. “Even the ones with enough resources to write and record great songs often end up with good albums that very few people ever hear and consequently don’t help them reach their goals.

“I love programs like ‘The Voice’ that allow singers to improve dramatically and build an audience quickly. But there are thousands of great vocalists who haven’t landed a spot on a show like that. There are are singers who aren’t ready yet for that opportunity and great bands, songwriters and other musical artists who never will fit the format of a show like that. So how do they get ahead?

“I decided to build something that would match up those artists with people who can help them develop and record and with audiences that will support and encourage them as they do. This Music Moves Me is my best effort to help fans find and participate in music that moves them while helping developing artists move forward on their musical journeys.”

More information about This Music Moves Me is available at More information about Blue Day Tuesday is available at More information about Bryan Duncan is available at

Treat Dad with a Fathers Day Gift from

Monroe, WI (PRWEB) May 31, 2014

Make Father’s Day memorable with uniquely delicious sweet and savory snacks. Swiss Colony has many snacking options for dads who want to spend the day with family, relaxing in a hammock or watching sports on TV.

The 5-Piece Gift Box of Cheese Bars with Slicer ($ 21.95) showcases Swiss Colony’s most popular cheeses – Swiss Blend, Edam, Brick and Cheddar. A chrome-plated metal slicer is a handy accessory so snacking can begin upon opening the package. Pair the cheese with his favorite crackers.

There are many choices of sausage available at that are a perfect match for cheese. Search for Sausage Assortment($ 36.95 – $ 59.95) and find gifts of 3, 4, or 6 sausages. The Gift of 3 offers Summer Sausage, Original and a Garlic Beef Log. The Gift of 4 adds on an Extra Smokey Beef Log, while the Gift of 6 includes an extra Summer and Original Beef Log sausage to the package.

For the dad who really knows his cheese, look for one of Swiss Colony’s big blocks of Vintage Cheddar, Big Red Cheddar and Big Baby Swiss ($ 16.95 – 79.95). Many price points are offered to fit budgets. Save up to $ 30 by selecting a gift with all three big cheeses! These hand-crafted Wisconsin cheeses have been family favorites for generations.

Deluxe Mixed Nuts ($ 18.95 – $ 48.95) gift tin combines colossal, quality cashews, pecans, almonds, Brazils and filberts. Choose from a one-, two- or three-pound tin of salty nuts. This is a customer favorite and comes with a double guarantee – if this is not the finest Mixed Nuts you have ever tasted, simply return it and choose another item worth twice the price!

“Classic cheeses, meats and nuts are welcome gifts for dads any time of year,” says Becky Henke, VP of Food at Colony Brands. “At, delicious food and customer satisfaction are the keys to the success of our family-owned business.”

For more delicious gift ideas, visit The Swiss Colony online to see a huge assortment of the company’s traditional and novelty offerings including baked goods, chocolates, candies, meats and cheeses. It’s easy to shop at

About The Swiss Colony

The Swiss Colony is a family-owned Wisconsin company that has been creating food gifts for more than 88 years. The company insists on the highest quality ingredients for a large selection of festively packaged gifts for every occasion. Exclusive recipes developed by European Master Bakers and hand-decorated novelties like no other are just two of the reasons customers include The Swiss Colony as part of their holiday traditions every year.

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BombTech Golf Releases the World’s First Dual Cavity Golf Driver; This Innovative Design Was Co-Engineered With the University of Vermont and Hand Assembled in USA

South Burlington, VT (PRWEB) May 16, 2014

BombTech Golf launches their own brand of custom golf drivers. The golf drivers are hand assembled in South Burlington, VT and shipped direct to their consumers. The innovative technology, now called DUAL CAVITY DESIGN was co-engineered with the University of Vermont and proves to have significant improvement over current golf driver designs.

How it all started.

As told by Founder Tyler “Sully” Sullivan…

“BombTech golf was founded in 2011 out of necessity. I broke 7 drivers in 2 months…It was at that point that I threw my hands in the air and said ‘Enough!’ I decided it was time to make a better driver.

“I began building golf clubs, specifically drivers. Growing up playing competitive golf, I had always desired to find the best equipment on the market. Unfortunately, I continuously found myself unsatisfied. It was this desire that made me want to start my own original designed golf driver line.

“I already had knowledge of the production process and what metals would perform well. However, I knew that I needed a partner in design. I decided to reach out to my alma mater, the University of Vermont. It was there that I started working hand in hand with four senior engineering students on the design that now would be called the Grenade. This pure engineering approach allowed us to focus on the design and not on the marketing. This design was then optimized using premium materials and the best 2 piece production process available on the market. This pure engineering approach created the innovative Dual Cavity design. This unique design combined with high end materials allows us to compete and win against the biggest names in golf.” Tyler Sullivan

Design Process – As told by the A Team (Engineering Students)

“We began by creating a problem statement to give our team a focused goal of what a successful design consisted of for this project and to provide guidance.

The problem statement: BombTech Golf wants a radically new golf driver head to be sold to the public. The driver head must adhere to USGA standards and must not infringe on any existing patents. It should have a loft of 10.5 degrees, be compatible with common shaft sizes, and should be designed with the average golfers’ ability in mind. Wind-tunnel testing and CFD modeling should prove that this new head is aerodynamic while offering a large sweet spot. The driver head design will be manufactured out of a Ti-1188 titanium. Samples will be tested to provide physical data as well as user tested and graded to insure that a high quality club has been created.

To gain some general ideas and a starting point, we researched patents and prior art for “aerodynamic” woods that had already been designed. This led us to club heads with dimples, channels, and grooves. We realized that a club head with a feature that reduced drag such as a cavity, such as these patents, would be more innovative and visually appealing than simply creating the most sleek club head possible.

We researched cars, boats, and trucks to see how they tried be more aerodynamic. We found our answer with trucks. A truck, like a golf club, has a large front surface that increases drag and cannot be streamlined like a small sports car. Everyone has heard the myth that you get better gas mileage with your tailgate up. This has been proven by different entities, most popularly Mythbusters. The tailgate creates a pocket of air to form in the bed of the truck which lets the oncoming air to travel over it instead of diving into the bed of the truck creating drag. We believed we could do something similar with a golf club head by making cavities in the sole of the club.

It was decided that two cavities was best to keep the center of mass directly behind the center of the club face. We created a 3-D model of a club head in SolidWorks, a Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) program. In this program we were able to use a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation to test different shaped cavities. We performed some simplified calculations to get a rough number for what our drag force should equal to prove the CFD models were accurate. We then began running dozens of tests to find which shape, depth, and angles of the triangles created the least amount of drag.

In order to make certain that our CDF simulations were accurate we analyzed the drag force on the club using the following equation:

F d = CDp1/2V2A

F d = Drag Force

C D = Drag Coefficient

p = Density of air at STP

A = Projected club area

V = Club Velocity

Fd = 7.21N

The density of air is known. The drag coefficient is based on a geometrical assumption and therefore also a known constant of 1.17. Since the density of air and the drag coefficient are intrinsically predetermined, we wanted to be very precise with the projected area. Using the maximum allowable face dimensions, we arrived at an area of 0.0070939047m2. It is important to have this many decimal places, as it is a multiplier of the entire equation. We also decided on a club velocity of an average amateur golfer (85mph). This is an arbitrary number as long as we use this value for all testing, both physical and computational.

This value served two purposes. It gave us a reference number allowing us to be certain that our simulations were accurate. 7.21 Newtons also served as a target maximum. Since the projected area was exaggerated our drag values at 85mph should fall below this mark. We were pleased when our simulations of our most aerodynamic design (now the GRENADE) was returning drag values of just above 5 N, well below our calculated maximum of 7.21 N.

Design Details

The basic shape of the club head was created to be a streamlined shape that was similar to current drivers on the market. The innovative feature is the Dual Cavity Design. Using CFD modeling on dozens of different designs, the optimum shape and depth of the cavities was found. The current triangular shape of the cavities with an angle of 55.8 degrees and a depth of 1 inch is shown in figure E1.

Figure E1: Dimensioned Drawing of the Grenade Dual Cavity Design.

As shown by the CFD modeling the cavities create a vortex behind the club-head to decrease drag. This vortex allows air to flow over it instead of the club head, decreasing friction and therefore drag. The decreased drag allows the player to achieve higher club-head speed with the same amount of energy put into the swing. A higher club swing correlates to a greater driving distance.

Drag Reduction was measured in a wind tunnel at 84 mph and showed a 48% reduction in drag versus a traditional shaped golf driver. Further tweaking of the design such as perfectly rounding the crown and slightly altering the depth and orientation of the cavities resulted in better and better aerodynamics according to our simulations. We knew we had the right design, it was original, sleek, and high performing.

Beyond Aerodynamics

The Dual Cavity Grenade golf driver was originally designed to reduce drag. The engineered design actually raises the center of gravity on the Grenade club head. The higher center of gravity reduces spin and creates a more penetrating ball flight. The COG reduces the “ballooning” effect that is common with many golf drivers on the market today. Reduced spin and penetrating ball flight allows more golfers to hit longer drives with more carry.

More Fairways

Since the launch of the Grenade golf driver. User testing has reported increased accuracy on mis-hits. Further research and testing has shown that the Grenade is more accurate on mis-hits. The mis-hit management or “self-correcting” technology is due to the airflow over the club head shape. The natural position for the Grenade golf driver head during a golfer’s swing is square at impact. This tendency to square itself up at impact is helping golfers keep more golf balls in the fairway!

The GRENADE is truly a golf driver engineered by golfers, for golfers.” UVM Engineering Students Announces A Special Offer On Its Beautiful Dama Dresses

(PRWEB) August 15, 2014

Recently,, a renowned wedding dress manufacturer and retailer, excitedly announces the addition of a new line of dama dresses. Moreover, the company is now offering great savings, 30-65% discounts, on these new dresses.

The company’s online shop has become a one stop platform for ladies to get amazing special occasion outfits. In addition to exquisite dama dresses, it also offers great after-sale services. Its hot products include magic Quinceanera gowns, plus size Quinceanera gowns, modern Quinceanera dresses, and sweet 15 Quinceanera dresses. Discounted shipping fees are also provided for all clients.

The company’s sales representative says, “We are proud to offer the new dama gowns for our new and old clients. Now, all of these outfits are provided at the lowest possible prices. I believe worldwide customers can get real benefits from the current special offer. We took the decision to launch the promotion because we are encouraged by our customers who have supported us for quite a long time.”

The designers of will help customers do the whole image planning, from head to toe to give them the most elegant recommendations. The sales representative stressed, “If you have any questions during your shopping, please feel free to contact our customer service. We always have someone on hand to answer your questions or respond to your message within 24 hours.”

About is an award-winning wedding dress manufacturer and retailer, inspiring modern women to live beautifully every day. Its dresses (wedding dresses, cocktail dresses, bridesmaid dresses, evening dresses and more) are very popular in the market for the high quality and trendy designs. At MagicQuinceaneraDress, ladies will receive professional help directly from dress experts.

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How to Throw a Glow-Themed Mardi Gras Party

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 31, 2014

Mardi Gras or “Fat Tuesday” is a special day that occurs in the Catholic religious calendar right before the beginning of Lent.

Lent is traditionally a time of sacrifice and repentance in preparation for the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter, and Mardi Gras is the last opportunity to “let loose” before the 40 days of spiritual contemplation and sacrifice begins.

The traditional Mardi Gras party has become a way to bring a high level of energy and fun to your social event before the Easter preparations begin.

A glow-themed Mardi Gras party is the perfect way to really ignite this type of event, with glow in the dark party supplies keeping the fun coming throughout the evening.

The Spirit of Mardi Gras:

Mardi Gras has become such a high-powered time of fun and excess due in part to the cultural atmosphere of New Orleans, in which socializing, parties, community events and group activities has become an important factor in the life of the city.

Giving vivid and colorful parties has become a standard custom for this pre-Easter holiday. With Mardi Gras parties lasting well into the night with lots of raucous music, dancing and fun, a glow in the dark party is naturally a fitting theme for the celebratory events at this time of year.

Decorating For Your Party Location:

Mardi Gras is the perfect opportunity to pull out all the stops in your decoration plans. A glow party can be just the thing to make your Mardi Gras celebration memorable to friends and family.

Use the early darkness of this time of year and use glow in the dark party favors or decorations to light the night. Glow in the dark centerpieces can really set a room off and can also be used as lighting.

Light up balls strung on garlands immediately give the room a festive look. Darken the indoor lights and use glow cups, cutlery, lighted ice cubes, glow necklaces and other items to provide the backdrop for party fun.

Glow in the dark glasses, finger lights and glow bracelets make fun and unusual take-home party favors for your guests.

Explore the wide range of glow in the dark party supplies and light-up products found at that can help to make any Mardi Gras party the most memorable of the year!

About carries the newest and hottest party supplies and decorations for tons of event types and holidays, including Super Bowl, Valentine’s, Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, Cinco De Mayo, Easter, July 4th, Labor Day, Halloween, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s, birthdays, weddings, graduations, bar mitzvahs, bat mitzvahs, church events, school dances and events, bars and nightclub glow nights, and many more.

Offering wholesale/bulk and discounted prices, is a complete one-stop shop for must-have glow and light up party novelties.

Established in 1999 with the introduction of “Cool Glow” drinkware, has since been bringing customers the latest lighted and glow party supplies to make parties tremendous fun.

With 13 years experience and superior customer service, is the ultimate glow party supply shop!


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Las Vegas Corporate Event Photography Company Announces Portable Photobooth Alternative

Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) June 06, 2014

Las Vegas event photography company, Christie’s Photographic Solutions, announces the arrival of their newest video service product, the iLite Camera.

The iLite Camera is a portable photobooth alternative perfect for events such as weddings and bar mitzvahs. The iLite Camera is a tablet designed with a unique flat panel light source on the back for mobile event photography. Christie’s Photographic Solutions created custom software that allows event guests to print, email, or post the photo on social media as soon as the photo is taken.

Due to its streamlined design, the iLite is ideal for events with many guests and limited floor space. The photographer is able to move around the venue with the iLite, capturing photos of the host and his or her guests.

With the iLite Camera, guests can instantly see their photos while having the option to print, email, or post to social media. Photo borders are added to every photo and are designed with a branded message unique to the event, such as the date or more information about the hosts.

For more information about the iLite Camera and other video services offered by Christie’s Photographic Solutions, visit their website at


Christie’s Photographic Solutions offers a wide variety of event photography services both nationally and internationally. They have offices in Orlando, Miami, and Tampa, Florida as well as Washington, D.C. and Las Vegas. With over 30 years experience, the trained and professional photography staff assures quality photos of every event.