San Antonio, TX, April 11, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Love Electra will be donating thousands of its inspiring t-shirt products to the national media advocacy and anti-defamation organization the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) for the commemoration of its 19th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, an extended event that will be celebrated in four cities across the country. The GLAAD Media Awards recognizes and honors media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representation of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and the issues that affect their lives. The gala affair, which kicked off in New York City with a reception and dinner featuring some of America’s most talented and renowned entertainers and media personalities, continues through May 10th with events in South Florida, Los Angeles and San Francisco. The GLAAD Media Awards message of inclusion and acceptance is precisely the one that Love Electra propagates daily with its commitment to love and positivity.
Love Electra, a company that specializes in the conception, design and manufacture of t-shirts that spread positive messages of love, has recognized the constructive influence that GLAAD has had on the media’s treatment of the once marginalized LGBT community. Electra performs this gesture as a means of emphasizing its whole-hearted endorsement of the GLAAD Media Awards. Through the dissemination of products containing memorable pro-love slogans at this event, it recognizes the common goal that exists between the two organizations in their harmonious desire to spread the anti-hate message.
“We appreciate Love Electra’s generous and heartfelt support of the 19th Annual GLAAD Media and our critical ongoing work in media advocacy, fighting defamation and changing hearts and minds,” said Diana Rodriquez, director of special events & sponsorship for GLAAD.
The dilemma faced by members of the LGBT, as well as other communities, has always inspired many of the creative products that bear Love Electra’s designs. The messages spread by its founder and designers via their t-shirts are of particular interest to the members of the LGBT community, as one of Electra’s aims is to discourage the unfair treatment of individuals on account of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Rather, love, inspiration, and acceptance are the mission of the company, and with every t-shirt worn by the public the message is spread further. Through its efforts, Love Electra seeks to empower the LGBT community to become what they in fact already are—this and future generations of creative, inspiring, and talented role models.
The company uses love-inspired quotes to stir the radiation of love from the center of persons who wear the products toward all those with whom they come in contact. The artistry that mixes beautiful colors with powerful designs is therefore also infused with positivity and inspiration. Love Electra uses the psychology of color to imbue its products with energy and appeals to such groups as New Age religious organizations who take pride in their work toward furthering the cause of harmony. The company also appeals to all social, political and environmental groups concerned with the furtherance of justice, equality, and fairness for all who share the planet.
Love Electra caters to men, women, and children with t-shirts of all designs and styles. They come decorated with rhinestones and rhinestuds or just plain silkscreen graphics for those who want to keep it simple.
To obtain your love, New Age, ecology, environmental or other types of inspiring t-shirts from Love Electra, visit the online store at http://www.loveelectra.com. With the discount code GLAAD2008, you will receive a 30% discount on all products, plus free shipping for domestic orders, until July 31, 2008.
You may also obtain additional information about Love Electra products, promotions and events on the website. www.loveelectra.com or www.myspace.com/ignitehearts
For more information about GLAAD’s work and the 19th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, please visit www.glaad.org.
Contact: Kevin M. Vidal