Southlake, TX, April 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- 1in3Trinity, a Faith-inspired company of lifestyle products, with The Dallas International Guitar Festival, is proud to have had the opportunity to co-sponsor the opening night party in honor of the film, Invisible Children.
The benefit weekend ran from April 20th – 22nd at Dallas Market Hall, and was kicked off as the red carpet was rolled out for the Invisible Children Friday Night Party. Director Laren Poole hosted the evening and provided a special screening of the film, Invisible Children. Following the film, The David Ramirez Band, Josh Jenkins of Green River Ordinance, and Radiant took the stage. Other acts that preformed this weekend in support of Invisible Children included Burlap to Cashmere, Andy Davis, Phil Keaggy, and Jars of Clay. In appreciation for their support, performers and guests were given gift bags that included the first faith-inspired energy drink manufactured and distributed by 1in3Trinity.
From suburban living rooms to Capitol Hill, with coverage on The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, the National Geographic Channel, and more – this film has been referred to as heartbreaking, but informative.
“We are so proud and honored to have been selected to be a sponsor for the opening night party in honor of Invisible Children,” says 1in3Trinity Co-Founder and President, Paula Masters. “The film is infectious and has inspired many people to act. It is a story where you see through the eyes of three young Americans how the children in Africa are being used as weapons and victims. This important story is powerful and underscores the importance of having faith and hope.”
1in3Trinity is a new and innovative faith-inspired lifestyle brand of clothing and accessories for women and men. 1in3Trinity has a strong vision and is committed to contributing a percentage of their profits to youth ministries around the world. For more information, please visit www.1in3Trinity.com
If you would like to learn more about Invisible Children and how you can help, please go to www.invisiblechildren.com.