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Iconic Denver Halloween Event Announces Profits Will Go to Charity

"Paranormal Palace," Denver's biggest Halloween event, will donate profits from the event to the Women's Global Empowerment Fund, a non-profit that empowers women and families in northern Uganda and Haiti through microfinance, educational and leadership development programs.

Denver, CO, October 24, 2013 --( A Denver entrepreneur, who has run a sold-out Halloween event for the past four years, announced today that profits from this year’s “Paranormal Palace” will benefit the Denver-based non-profit, the Women’s Global Empowerment Fund (WGEF). The event will be held October 26, from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., at the Hyatt Regency DTC.

WGEF empowers women and families in a post-conflict region of northern Uganda and Haiti through microfinance, educational and leadership development programs. “This is an exciting collaboration,” said WGEF founder and president, Karen Sugar. “Not only do participants get to be part of Denver’s signature Halloween event, but they also will be empowering people rebuilding their lives, creating a party with a purpose. WGEF is appreciative of Kevin’s vision and generosity.”

“We decided to help a deserving non-profit that is working to create life- changing opportunities for underserved communities through innovation and economic empowerment,” said Paranormal Palace owner and founder, Kevin Larson.

Larson, who also hosts Denver’s iconic Victorian Fetish Ball, has a reputation for putting on high-quality, theatrical extravaganzas and organizers promise that this year’s Paranormal Palace – formerly known as “Haunted Hotel” - will far surpass previous years’ productions. Internationally-acclaimed artists and performers are gearing up for what he describes as “a full metaphysical experience.” Multiple ballrooms and more than 35 professional performers will entertain 3,000 guests, who will vie for a $2,000 costume prize.

Ticket prices start at $39. Hotel accommodation is available close by for those who prefer not to drive home. Admission is limited to persons 21 years of age and over. For more information, please go to

Women's Global Empowerment Fund (WGEF) is a Denver-based non-profit working in post conflict northern Uganda and Haiti, providing microfinance, educational and leadership development opportunities women and families. WGEF's program is a unique initiative which strives to develop programs that produce reductions in poverty and the marginalization of women and their families by providing economic and educational opportunities for sustainability and self-determination. WGEF’s mission is to work for social justice, increased human security and women's empowerment. WGEF believes that when given real opportunities, women can rise above extreme poverty with dignity. For more information please see

Kevin Larson Presents
Kevin Larson has been in the events business for 17 years, managing conception and implementation of his own events as well as events for corporate clients like Budweiser, Redbull, Westin, Hyatt and Snowmass. The man behind such original events as the Victorian Fetish Ball and Paranormal Palace, this Denver native has started and run several businesses, from lingerie store to night clubs. No stranger to the spotlight, Kevin has been named most eligible bachelor by Women’s Day Magazine as well as local publications like 5280. Currently operating in 6 states Kevin continues to grow the events world with a special brand of “Theatrical” events. For more information please go to
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