New York, NY, November 29, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Pmyner Productions, a subsidiary of Pmyner, Ltd., announces its 1st Annual Myne-A-Thon, a ten-hour long event in which artists take the stage and attendees bring donations for charity. Replacing its monthly Speak Your Myne open mic series for the month of December, the affair takes place on Saturday, December 8th, 2007 at Billie’s Black Restaurant in Harlem. Children of Unity Fellowship Church’s Food Pantry Ministry in Brooklyn along with the St. Francis Convent in Harlem, NY have been chosen as recipients of the proceeds.
“I am thoroughly excited about this event! The Myne-A-Thon is about the gift of giving. Many artists have volunteered their time to bring this into fruition,” states Renair Amin, founder of Pmyner, Ltd. “I am glad the children of our chosen charities will benefit from their talent. It really shows that love has no restrictions; it is diverse in nature.”
Pmyner’s 1st Annual Myne-A-Thon begins at 12:00 p.m. with ongoing performances until 10:00 p.m. Cover is a $10 donation or unwrapped toy. Artists slated to perform include Coffee the Storyteller, Definition, Pmyner Collective members Paris, Eshey and Shye, Jerome Andre and others. The event is open to all performers regardless of age, sex, race, sexual orientation and religion.
Billie's Black is located at 271 W. 119th between St. Nicholas Avenue and Frederick Douglass Blvd in New York.
About Pmyner, Ltd.:
Pmyner, Ltd. is a media and entertainment company created to provide services to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender literary, visual and performance arts community. Founded in 2006 by poet, author and motivational speaker Renair Amin, its mission is to motivate, support and encourage LGBT artists. To that end, Pmyner, Ltd. provides web design, literary writing assistance and more to members of the company’s website. Its subsidiaries include Pmyner Productions, The Pmyner Collective and The MYNE e-zine.