Mar 23, 2009
Vendors of Day of the Diva: "Inspirations Showcase"
Please check back for additions as the show draws closer
Museum of Latin American Art - South Bay BMW -(Speaker/Author) Dr. Kim Kimpel - (Author) Michele Shannon - VOX Dj's Inc., - Alicia Hernandez (photography) - Thank Goodness its Sophia (catering) - Carpe Diem Design and Events.
SAVE THE DATE: August 28, 2011
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Museum of Latin American Art
628 Alamitos Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Open to the public.
Contact: Linda Jenks/Owner/Executive Producer - Day of the Diva
509 487 3040 DayoftheDiva@gmail.com - DayoftheDiva.com
Come enjoy a day out with your family and friends at the "Museum of Latin American Art." The event takes place in the Balboa Ballroom and Sculpture Gardens. A showcase of fashion, beauty, health, bridal, jewelry, cake, culinary, photography, children's, themes, wedding professionals, speakers and more..
** Check out our new "MAN CAVE LOUNGE" - Children's Corner with the theme "Alice in Wonderland" and, be sure to stay stay for our "Fashion Finale'" at 2:30 PM.
Join us in celebrating the museums 15th year. The event will offer a diverse group of professionals showcasing, offering advice, samples and selling their products and services. Bring your friends. Door Prizes and complimentary magazines.
Meet our special guest speakers: Dr. Kim Kimpel, author of "Marriage Matters More" and Founder of the 365 Christmas Foundation. And, Michelle Shannon author of "Introducing a Young Lady to Cooking."
Bring this ad for 2 for 1 Admission. Exhibitor Inquires Welcome 509 487 3040 firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Jenks: Owner/Executive Producer
Linda brings over 40 years experience in promoting venues, bridal trade shows, fashion shows, women's social events.
Linda began modeling and promoting in Washington State in the 1970s. While working with Squaw Valley USA she was hired by Nordica (ski boots) to model and produce mini events for ski shows in Tahoe, Colorado and Las Vegas prior to moving to Palo Alto. In 1981 Linda was asked to produce San Francisco's 3rd Annual Bridal Fair.
1982 Linda launched a series of fashion events in some of the hottest nightclubs in Los Angeles such as: Beverly Hills (StringFellows) Century City (20/20 Playboy Club), Santa Monica (5th Av.) and downtown Los Angeles (Mayan Club).
Dick Clark Productions contacted Linda to produce the first series of "Will You Marry Me?" Which later led her to assist in providing "audience atmosphere groups" for award shows such as: The American Music Awards, Soul Train Awards and Soap Opera Digest Awards, Critics Choice Award amongst others..
Meanwhile, West Coast Bride approached Linda to be their fashion show director after seeing one of the events at 5th Av. Nightclub. Linda worked with West Coast Bride for seven years until they closed their doors.
1997 Brides and Beyond was born promoting bridal events throughout Southern California, North San Diego, The Inland Empire and Palm Springs; until 2007.
Linda saw a need to open the events to a wider targeted consumer base and created "Day of the Diva." The events bring guests ranging from 16 to 80.
Linda oversees the projects from their conception to the shows entirety. Meeting with venues, catering, and event professionals. Linda designs the layout of the event, produces the fashion show, choreography and music. Linda designs the layout of ads for regional bridal magazines, newspapers, flyers, direct mailers. Radio announcements and newspapers press releases and articles about each event.