GayRVA is making the official Va Pridefest 2015 print guide – here’s how to get involved
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We are excited to announce in collaboration with Virginia Pride that GayRVA is bringing you the Official 2015 Virginia Pridefest Guide! Guides will be available at VA Pridefest, Sept. 12th, at Brown’s Island, with additional copies available at select locations.
An estimated 15,000 people attended VA Pridefest 2014, and with the growth of the LGBTQ movement, we expect an even higher turnout of enthusiastic LGBTQ and ally folks this year. A number of events have turned 2014/15 into one of the most important and critical years in the history of the LGBTQ movement, both nationwide and here in Virginia. And as we move forward into Pride season, and people gather here in Richmond in September to celebrate, now’s the chance to be a part of that history and reserve your place in the 2015 Pridefest Guide.
With the support from one of the most powerful elected officials in the Commonwealth, and local artists and creators, as well as in depth coverage of important issues which continue to affect our community, the 2015 Pride Guide will not only provide information for the happenings the weekend of Virginia Pride, it will serve as a permanent reminder for attendees that they were there when the world changed.
The high gloss, perma-bound print piece will end up in front of the 15,000 + LGBTQs and allies expected come to VA Pridefest this year.
Content for the 2015 Pride Guide includes :
+ Forward by high ranking member of VA Government and message from Virginia’s only openly gay Senator Adam Ebbin
+ Details and schedule for entertainers during VA Pride
+ Map for the day’s events on Brown’s island
+ Listing of after and pre-parties throughout the weekend
+ A look inside the struggles trans-youth face in Virginia’s public schools
+ A profile of one of America’s oldest theatre programs, the Richmond based Acts of Faith Festival
+ 1-2 Photo spreads showing life, style, and looks from Virginia’s LGBTQ community
+ Wedding guide spread with support from Virginia’s same-sex wedding Guru Ayana Obika
+ LGBTQ community resource section with state-wide group info
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For more information, contact John Reinhold, Taylor Womack or Brad Kutner!
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Brad Kutner editor, GayRVA – firstname.lastname@example.org
In what’s sure to brighten up everyone’s spirits ahead of next Fall, Virginia Pride announced today they will return to Browns Island the second weekend in September, 2015! Last year’s event drew thousands to Downtown RVA as folks gathered from around the state to celebrate who they love. In addition to all near-by police departments [...]February 12, 2015
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