Chi Chi LaRue Comes - To Atlanta Pride
ATLANTA, GA - Brushstrokes, Gayborhood and David Atlanta have arranged to bring renowned video producer and ultimate diva Chi Chi LaRue to Atlanta Pride 2012.
And it’ll be no surprise that Chi Chi will bring along a number of her "boys" to entertain at each event for which she’s scheduled.
Venues and events to see Miss LaRue and the all-male entourage include:
Friday, October 12:
· Georgia Aquarium Kickoff Party, 9:45 p.m. Chi Chi will be in the VIP Lounge and her models will hand out 100 "Everyone. Equal. Everyday." T-shirts (see below for description)
Saturday, October 13:
· Brushstrokes Pleasures store, 5-7 p.m. Chi Chi’s models will wear Jack Adams jockstraps at this event
· Chi Chi will DJ at the Heretic from 9 p.m. to midnight
Sunday, October 14:
· The Pride parade, where Chi Chi will spin tunes on a float with her boys dancing on the float, 1 p.m.
· Gayborhood App booth from 3-4 p.m.
During Pride 2012, the three organizations will hand out 1,000 T-shirts with Brushstrokes’ tagline "Everyone. Equal. Everyday." on the front and the three organizations’ logos on the back.
The first 100 persons who come by the Gayborhood booth on Sunday, October 14, wearing an "Everyone. Equal. Everyday." T-shirt will receive a free exclusive dance CD, compliments of Brushstrokes, David Atlanta and Gayborhood.
Brushstrokes, the third-largest gay-owned and -operated retail business in the U.S., stocks more than 40,000 items including T-shirts, underwear, greeting cards, dance music, DVDs and gifts in two Atlanta stores.
Brushstrokes Pleasures, its adult store, sells and rents DVDs, magazines and books. It has a large web-based delivery-by-post site.
Gayborhood App, a division of Carma Productions, brings gay-owned and gay-friendly businesses to the fingertips of the GLBTQ community via Droid phones and Droid-powered tablet devices, iPhones, iPod Touch and iPad devices, and online.
David Atlanta serves as a GLBTQ entertainment and lifestyle magazine for the Southeastern United States and is based in Atlanta. It is the part of a line of gay magazines dating back to 1968, beginning in Florida. The magazine was named after the Michelangelo statue.