South Beach Concierge Hosts Parties to Raise Funds for Local and World-Wide Charities
The Constellation Concierge hosts monthly events that are always dedicated to charities and Classy Fun. This month the event benefited The Red Cross, the childrens home Asociacion Esperanza y Caridad, and Florida International University. Two more spectacular philanthropic events are scheduled before the end of November. Come enjoy The Constellation Experience - Go ahead. Lavish yourself. You deserve it.
Fraser Allport, Constellations founder, is a firm believer that truly successful people and businesses are very involved in their neighborhood and community and in philanthropy. Constellation is all about leadershipLeading great people, in great Teams, to do great things for great causes, said Allport.
Last Saturday on October 9th, The Constellation Concierge teamed up with celebrity hostess Nayana Nava and http://www.theconstellationconcierge.com [South Beach] promoter Roddy Diaz to host an unforgettable http://www.theconstellationconcierge.com [South Beach] event in the Wynwood Art District with some of the greatest members of The Working Fabulous in attendance and making donations. Its very rewarding to wake up the next day and know that all the fun was for good causes, said Allport. The http://www.theconstellationconcierge.com [South Beach] event raised funds for Florida International Universitys Council of 100, the Peruvian orphanage Asociacion Esperanza y Caridad, and The Red Cross for Floridas hurricane victims.
The entire event was geared to help Esperanzas children, Florida International University, and Floridas hurricane victims. Its called Classy Fun for Charities. If you are influential and you care, you had to be there, said Allport, but if you missed out on the premiere http://www.theconstellationconcierge.com [South Beach] event of the season, you have another chance to savor The Constellation Experience.
Also, on November 17th, The Constellation Concierge will be celebrating a very important date for the Venezuelan culture, the yearly celebration of the day of the virgin Chiquinquira, the patron of The City of the Sun, Maracaibo. The celebration will begin with a traditional overnight party featuring the most famous musicians of Venezuela. This party is only held once a year Dont miss out on the llanera music and the Tambores of Venezuela, which will be playing all night! At the end of this traditional overnight party, everyone gathers together and goes to church to thank the virgin for all the gifts and hope she has given to them throughout the year. The Constellation Concierge invites you to the overnight celebration this November in the heart of http://www.theconstellationconcierge.com [Miami].
To learn more about these exciting events hosted by South Beachs premiere luxury concierge service and to download an invitation to one of The Constellation Concierges upcoming events, visit www.TheConstellationConcierge.com.
About The Constellation Concierge
The Constellation Concierge is the elite http://www.theconstellationconcierge.com [South Beach] luxury concierge service conceived by Fraser Allport, founder of The Constellation Group. Constellation is dedicated heart and soul to lavishing you with service the way it should be, the way it used to be.
Theres Constellation, and then theres Not Exactly. The cool people come play with us because no one else does what we do, the way that we do it, laughed Allport
Constellations monthly parties are always dedicated to Classy Fun for philanthropic causes. The parties are the collective wisdom and generosity of The Working Fabulous The 1% Club The 1% of South Floridas most influential and philanthropic. You should have fun in business, while you do good deeds in life, said Allport. Thats Constellations philosophy. Thats what makes The Working Fabulous fabulous individuals. The 1% Club is a mastermind group of successful, hard-working people who are fun to be with, and they care. They are cool people because they care, smiled Fraser.
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