Oakland, CA, August 13, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Town Business Network (TBN) will be hosting its first annual Vote Bowl 08 event at South Shore Lanes in Alameda, CA. Thursday August 14th, 7:00pm - 10:00pm.
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TBN to host political awareness event
Thursday, August 14th, 2008 at 7:00pm -- 10:00pm South Shore Lanes, Alameda, CA
The purpose of the event is to raise voter awareness and continually to increase political process participation from Oakland's Hip Hop Community.
The event will feature a host of Oakland's finest talented individuals Big Von, Too Short, Players from Raiders and Golden State Warriors, Tyranny, Goapele, KMEL, Young Lion Entertainment, San Quinn, Jimmie Reign, Dwayne Wiggins, Mista F.A.B., Beeda Weeda, Hieroglyphics, Young Moses, E-40, Zion I and host of many more. The event will be moderated by Town Business Network founder, Chuck Johnson (Charles).
All will be there to enjoy in the fun and to continue to provide education on Oakland's political state and the current state of our country.
Town Business Network is an established non profit organization that has adopted a youth-friendly, hip-hop-centric approach to political organizing. This is one of a host of upcoming events for this organization. Past events include Vote Fa Sheezy, Wake Yo Game Political Panel Discussion, Mayor of Oakland Inaugural Reception, Stop the Violence Campaign and high school and college campus tours. Future events include a political panel discussion in conjunction with KQED, Wake Yo Game Up the album, California College Campus Tour and many more exciting events.
Using Hip-Hop as the collective interest, the members of the Town Business Network strive to be agents of social change that will help educate and empower new voters. TBN is accepting all in kind donations at this event to help produce future events.
Town Business Network is planning a Hip Hop summit early next year with national known entity The Hip Hop Summit Action Network, operated by Russell Simmons and Benjamin Muhammed.
For more information contact Charles Johnson 510.776.4644.