June 12, 2006 12:40am
Rock-N-Roll Bingo Features Vivid Alt Stars
Source: Vivid PR
by: Company Press Release
(HOLLYWOOD, CA) -- LA Weekly presents Rock-N-Roll Bingo benefit to feature stars of Vivid Alt films Dana Dearmond, Kimberly Kane, Roxy DeVille and Charlotte Stokley.
Thursday, June 15th Starting At 6:00 Pm
Who: Dana DeArmond, Kimberly Kane, Roxy DeVille and Charlotte Stokley, stars of Vivid Alt films, will mix with fans and will be celebrity callers.
What: LA Weekly presents a Rock-N-Roll Bingo night to benefit the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. Guests can win prizes & mix with Vivid-Alt stars as well as Patricia Day and Niedermeier from the Horror Pops. Guest DJ will be Franki Chan.
The public is welcome. Bingo card are $5. each.
Where: Cranes Hollywood Tavern, 1611 North El Centro Avenue (between Selma & Hollywood Blvd.) Hollywood, CA 90028.
When: Thursday night, June 15th, from 6:00 - 10:00 Pm.
The Vivid Entertainment Group is the world's leading adult film company. Founded in 1984, Vivid pioneered the "Vivid Girl" concept, under which top adult film stars are signed to exclusive agreements that are styled on the old Hollywood contract star system. Vivid has always placed heavy emphasis on high quality erotic film entertainment for the couples market. It has created wide brand-name awareness through its films and through licensing and marketing programs. The company is known for its innovative technological advances such as full function DVDs, a fast growing wireless program that is already active in 20 countries, its Burn-to-DVD technology and its popular website vivid.com. Vivid is a major supplier of content for pay-per-view networks in North America and internationally. The best selling hardcover book How to Have a XXX sex Life: The Ultimate Vivid Guide, was co-authored by the Vivid Girls and published by HarperCollins. For more information contact RM@vivid.com.
The company's Vivid-Alt imprint is headed by Eon McKai, alt-porn's dominant icon. McKai has been widely credited as the founder of this new and edgy film genre. He has been profiled in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and the Village Voice.