Urban Madness Presents: Sole of A Woman, Celebrating Women’s Health Month 2013

T.E.T. Entertainment helped Urban Madness bring you the very first “Sole of A Woman” Expo in 2010, bringing awareness to Domestic Violence. This year Urban Madness brings the “Sole of A Woman” Expo back…Celebrating Women’s History Month & bringing Awareness to MS…March 3, 2013

For more info go to:
www.soleofwomanexpo.com

To purchase tickets click the link http://www.soleofawomanexpo.com/#!buy-tickets/c1zri

SoleOfAWoman2013

T.E.T. Entertainment teams up with Bob Evans for “Dine to Make a Difference”

 

 

T.E.T. Entertainment (www.facebook.com/TETentertainment ) has found an easy way for everyone to give back this Holiday Season.

Please print a copy of the attached flyer, visit the participating Bob Evans, sit down, enjoy your favorite dish, upon checking out hand your flyer to the cashier and Bob Evans will donate 15% of your total bill to Cleveland’s Homeless Shelter & Non-Profit Charity:
The City Mission ( www.thecitymission.org ).

There is no extra charge being billed to you, Bob Evans will be making the donation on your behalf just for dining on December 8, 2012 from 10a-10p and handing in your flyer.

If you don’t have a printer, please let me know and we will be happy to provide a printed copy for you.

Be blessed and have a wonderful Holiday.

Prideful Oreo Pic Offends Exactly the Kinds of People You’d Think It Would

Oh man: The Kraft Food Facebook page got a dose of pride yesterday when the official image was temporarily changed to a rainbow Oreo. (It appears to be gone now.) We absolutely applaud Kraft and Nabisco for taking a stand, but it’s almost as if the company was trolling its more, uh, conservative customers.

“Now I hate Oreos,” wrote one open-minded consumer on Kraft’s page. “Oreo, your market base is ‘FAMILIES’. how do you get a child? think about it. You are alienating your market base. Wow, geniuses,” wrote another. Anyway, they go on and on and tend to reinforce every stereotype you have about the kinds of people who would take a stand on Facebook against rainbow cookies, but one comment gets to the more crucial question surrounding the image: “gay pride and homophobic beliefs aside, please make those rainbow oreos, they look delicious.”

[via Mashable]

http://newyork.grubstreet.com/2012/06/oreo-gay-pride-picture-offends-people.html?e=grubstreet–20120626