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If you weren't aware, Symphonic Stylings is quickly approaching! 

Our June 23rd fundraiser is guaranteed to please with a runway fashion show featuring pieces by ARTAYA (Washington, DC), NVISION (Northside, Cincinnati) and Sloane Boutique (Downtown/OTR, Cincinnati) ...housed within a 10,000 sq/ft space named The Electric Warehouse (part of Bertke Electric in Northside).

The music lineup for this event features sounds orchestrated by concert:nova and The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra ...with an after-PARTY mixed by Cincinnati's own, DJ Pillo! So YES, you not only get a fashion show, you get a classical concert and a dance party ...for one low price.

You can purchase tickets and find more information about this event at http://SymphonicStylings.com. Tickets are also available on this website (to the right) as well as around the city at NVISION, Sloane Boutique and Smartfish Studio!

Come raise some funds with us on June 23rd @ 9PM!

Location: 1645 Blue Rock Street Northside, Cincinnati
General admission: $50 (doors at 8PM)
VIP w/Dinner by the bite by Take the Cake: $75 (doors at 6:30PM)

We hope to see you in the building for this extremely special occasion!

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