Nashville, TN, November 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- This Saturday, November 21, Inspivia Unite is hosting a rock show at Mercy Lounge on Cannery Row to benefit the following local charities in the Nashville area: eXile International, the Thanksgiving Food Drive, NSCC Foundation, and The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation. The musical guests include Niacin Flush; Sixty to Zero; Today the Moon - Tomorrow the Sun; and the headlining band is Nashville’s own, Brenn. There will also be artworks on display from some of Nashville’s finest visual artists and gifts for grabs (five $100 prizes). Inspivia Unite encourages people to promote justice in the world’s most oppressed places by using their talents to affect change and celebrate freedom.
Sheg Aranmolate, founder of Inspivia, is thrilled about the purpose of the show and explains that “Nashville is a diverse and very creative city filled with many musicians, painters and artists. My hope is that this show will be the beginning of a new, youthful movement that strives to unite and use people’s creative talents as a means to shedding more light on some of the world’s problems. It will be a night of fulfilling fun and every one in attendance would be making a positive impact in the world.”
Inspivia, Inc., founded by Sheg Aranmolate, is a Nashville-based creative company that strives to tranform everyday ideas into premium products with subtle inspirational undertones. Sheg is a molecular biologist by trade and was featured on the ABC show, Oprah’s Big Give. He was also recently featured in September 2009 as one of Nashville’s leaders under 40 by the Nashville Business Journal, was selected in April 2009 as the youngest man in the top 21 American Leaders Under 30 by Ebony magazine, and he was named one of the 25 Most Beautiful People in Nashville by Nashville Lifestyles Magazine.
eXile International was established in July 2008 and officially incorporated as a nonprofit institution in August 2008. eXile International strives to rehabilitate East African children from war-torn regions through art therapy. Donations made to eXile International are 100% tax deductible.
NSCC (Nashville State Community College) Foundation exists to provide comprehensive educational programs and partnerships, exemplary services, an accessible, progressive learning environment, and responsible leadership to improve the quality of life for the community it serves.
The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation exists to improve the lives of adults affected by cancer through support, education and access to clinical research in the community.
To learn more about Inspivia, please visit www.inspivia.com. To learn more about exile international, please visit www.exileinternational.org. To learn more about the NSCC (Nashville State Community College) Foundation, please visit www.nscc.edu. To learn more about The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation, please visit www.minniepearl.org.