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Hollywood, CA – August 10, 2016 – Diversity News Productions Announces that they will be presenting their 1st annual Mrs Diversity & Miss/Mrs Diversity News Pageants set for November 5, 2016 in Agoura Hills, CA at The Performing Arts Education Center’s new state-of-the-art venue.
You are invited to join and witness history in the making by supporting Diversity News Productions 1st annual Ms. Diversity & Ms. Diversity News Beauty Pageants Crowning Show & Red Carpet Event to be held at The Performing Arts Education Center on the campus of Agoura High School at 28545 W Driver Ave, Agoura Hills, CA 91301 on November 5, 2016 from 5pm to 10pm. The event will feature red carpet arrivals at 5pm and the show at 7pm.
Tickets sale prices are $45, $55 Reserved (VIP) for Ms. Diversity & Ms. Diversity News Pageants Crowning Show and Red Carpet Event. To purchase online tickets or VIP tickets go to http://tinyurl.com/DiversityPageants2016
For ticket inquiries only: Call A-PAEC Box Office: (818) 889-8058, ext. 1 The PAEC Box Office hours are: A-PAEC: Mondays & Fridays from 8:30 to 11:30am and during all A-PAEC events.
You can also buy online tickets or hard tickets from the contestants. Please contact them directly to support them by buying tickets and sponsor souvenir ads. Parking is Free.
The 1st annual Ms. Diversity & Ms. Diversity News Pageants crowning and red carpet event executive producer is Steven Escobar from Diversity News Productions.
The 1st annual Ms. Diversity & Ms. Diversity News Pageants crowning and red carpet event has sponsorship opportunities for in-kind products, service, the souvenir program as well as the step and repeat media wall. For more information call (213) 321-9408 or (818) 787-1249.
The 1st annual Ms. Diversity & Ms. Diversity News Pageants has an array of contestants with very unique backgrounds and they’re are the following: Mrs. Diversity News Woodland Hills Marie Bogacz, Miss Diversity News Cabo Verde Carlina Rebeiro, Mrs. Diversity Costa Rica Gisele Rebeiro, Mrs. Diversity Lake Forest Wendy Lynn Adams, Miss Diversity News Oxnard Vanessa Reyes, Mrs Diversity Mexico Claudia Granados, Mrs. Diversity News Los Angeles Silvia E. Garcia, Miss Diversity Thailand Janey Westbury, Mrs Diversity News Santa Monica Elizabeth Sandoval, Miss Diversity News Reseda Francesca Esker aka Sunshine, Mrs. Diversity Northridge Shaily Baguerian, Miss Diversity News Hollywood Becca Minas, Mrs. Diversity News San Diego Sharon Doyle and more are expected.
In the coming weeks, Diversity News Productions will be announcing judges, VIP celebrities and politicians, sponsors, performers, pageant hosts, red carpet host, official photoshoot and pageant night photographer, final production team and final contestants soon.
If you want to be part of their pageants and you are serious to take this challenge and you want to accomplish your dreams or goals, you can still join by applying online at http://missandmrsdiversity.com/apply-now/#.V315YLgrLy0
Any accredited member of the media/press who are interested in covering our red carpet arrivals or crowning show event, please email your Name, Media/Outlet name, Website, telephone/cellular to: email@example.com
About Miss Diversity, Miss Teen Diversity, Mrs. Diversity and Miss Diversity News, Miss Teen Diversity News & Mrs. Diversity News Pageants: The purpose and mission of Miss Diversity, Miss Teen Diversity, Mrs. Diversity and Miss Diversity News, Miss Teen Diversity News & Mrs. Diversity News Pageants is to help woman from ages 14 to 75 years to become confident, make new friendships, learn leadership skills, network for new opportunities as well as empower them and pursue leadership roles in our Diverse society. For more information visithttp://missandmrsdiversity.com
About A-PAEC: The Performing Arts Education Center on the campus of Agoura High School (A-PAEC) is a new state-of-the-art venue for students, professionals and the community providing dynamic performance space. The A-PAEC entails even more than just its majestic MainStage Theater and Black Box Theater performance spaces to showcase the arts; with well-appointed dressing rooms, a relaxing green room, professional scenic and costume shops, and elegant lobbies, your next event can be produced all in one location. For more information visithttps://performingarts.lvusd.org
PRESS & MEDIA CONTACTS:
Alex Leon, Director of Marketing & PR
Linda England, Events & PR Coordinator
World Wide Vital Marketing & Public Relations Inc.
TEL: (213) 867-1997
FAX: (818) 787-1249
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Welcome to Miss Diversity, Miss Teen Diversity, Mrs. Diversity and Miss Diversity News, Miss Teen Diversity News & Mrs. Diversity News Pageants!
Congratulations and Welcome to our Roster of clients: Miss Diversity, Miss Teen Diversity, Mrs. Diversity and Miss Diversity News, Miss Teen Diversity News & Mrs. Diversity News Pageants! For more info visit http://missandmrsdiversity.com
Congratulations and Welcome to our Roster of Clients: Actor Eddy Perez. You can visit Eddy Perez IMDB at http://french.imdb.com/name/nm7044277/
About Joey Valdez:
Joey started his acting career at the age of 3. His first play was in Kindergarten at Smythe Elementary School in San Ysidro CA. He played Joseph, Mary’s husband in a Christmas play. At the age of 13 he started his formal acting training at “Casa De La Cultura” in Tijuana Mexico with Enrique Nolasco, Drama teacher. His first major production was in a play called “Llano En Llama.”
Currently he am best known for working as a celebrity host for Ed Magik TV. Ed Magik TV produced the show “Vayaconmigo” Hosted by Joey Valdez which aired on Berea Vision 31.6, Los Angeles, CA. He is a man with old fashion values. He would rather work hard to earn his living, rather than to compromise his values and integrity. This film was directed by Chandan Gupta. And will be released at Cannes Film Festival later this year 2013.
Joey Valdez is on his way to Miami. to work on the show ‘Quien Tiene La Razon’ with Carmen Jara for Univision. Joey is also a regular Celebrity Host For Ke Chevere an online magazine. And is now honored to work with his old friend Steven Escobar to host on the red carpet for Diversity News TV from Diversity News Magazine. For more information visit his IMDB at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4489108 and official website at http://joeyvaldez.com
Welcome to our Roster of Clients: Miss Diversity News Beauty Pageants Magazine. For more info visit http://missdiversitynews.com
Welcome to our roster of clients: ANGELO TALEBI AND ANGELUS MEDIA GROUP
About Angelo Talebi:
Mr. Angelo Talebi is a renowned Investment Advisor Representative in the State of California and Certified Financial Planner, acclaimed multi-media producer, director, radio personality, film documentarian, entrepreneur, humanitarian and philanthropist. For more information visit http://angelotalebi.net/
ANGELUS MEDIA GROUP is a Beverly Hills based company, created by ANGELO TALEBI, who has MBA in finance from Lincoln University, Missouri and certificate in behavioral finance from Harvard University.
The company was created in order to be involved in different fields of businesses, from company investments, to management, from film production to event organizing.
We are pleased to be involved in Hollywood production, in documentary film making, in investing into and managing different european small scale businesses. For more information visit http://angelusmediagroup.wix.com/angelusmediagroupus#!
Congratulations to our client Multi-Award Winner Steven Escobar of Diversity News Magazine Nominated for 2014 LGBT Hero Awards.
Please go online and visit website at http://www.lgbtheroawards.com/nominees.html and vote for him. Look for section “ONLINE MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR”: Diversity News Magazine by Steven Escobar to vote.
Remember that you are welcome to vote once a day. The last day to vote is on Friday, August 22, 2014, at midnight (Pacific Standard Time).
About LGBT Hero Awards:
Their mission is to help provide an inclusive and well rounded representation of the LGBT community by honoring heroes who play influential roles that contribute to the well-being of the LGBT community. The LGBT Hero Awards is an annual ceremony that recognizes the accomplishments of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender individuals who have dedicated their lives to the world of entertainment, art and community, politics, public health, and business. The annual ceremony also recognizes the efforts and contributions of celebrities and personalities who are allies of the LGBT community. For more information visit http://www.lgbtheroawards.com/mission.html
About Esteban “Steven” Escobar: Esteban A. Escobar (born in El Salvador, Central America on September 6th) is an award winning American journalist, reporter, editor, columnist, writer, producer, director, publicist, radio personality, entrepreneur, accounts receivable specialist, humanitarian and philanthropist.
Esteban is known as Steven Escobar. He is the President & Executive Editor-In-Chief of Diversity News Magazine, an online & special print consumer news magazine that is is available worldwide and can be viewed free by millions of visitors each month.
On November 2013 Steven Escobar founded and is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Diversity Professional Business & Media Solutions Group Inc., a company to help small businesses to be complaint with changes in technology and have a presence online. On July 2013 he founded and is the CEO of Diversity Recovery Systems, a professional consulting and account receivables third party company specializing in healthcare medical collections.
Esteban “Steven” Escobar is also the executive producer and director of Diversity News TV, the host of Diversity News Radio, on Air with Steven Escobar, and the president of Diversity News Publications, a news/entertainment multimedia firm in Hollywood, CA. Steven Escobar owns E.E.Enterprises, an affiliate of The Diversity News Publications family of companies.
Steven Escobar is currently contributor writer for CNN.com and special reporter for Tehran International Weekly Magazine. Esteban “Steven” Escobar is a former official contributor/writer for the Hollywood and Los Angeles County events examiner for Examiner.com and contributor for Yahoo.com distributed via Yahoo Voices.
Steven Escobar is currently the account executive and media liaison at World Wide Vital Marketing & Public Relations Inc. Steven Escobar’s current professional affiliations and memberships include being a member and media partner of the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce Los Angeles, (Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association) GALECA with voting and membership rights on The Dorian Awards. Because of his goals and aspirations in the media publishing business, Steven Escobar has acquired skills in new media including marketing and public relations. Steven Escobar believes that his success in the media/publishing empire is from all the collaboration of his local, national, and international team of reporters and photographers, and he thanks them.
Steven Escobar is no stranger to the entertainment industry. He has covered many prestigious events in Hollywood. Some of them are the 2009 Outstanding Emmy Awards Nominees, 2010 American Music Awards, 2011 American Music Awards, 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards Nominees Announcement, 43rd NAACP Image Awards, 44th NAACP Image Awards, 12th Annual Latin Grammys Nominees Announcement, 2012 NCLR ALMA Awards, and the 2014 Golden Globe Awards.
Steven Escobar also gives back to the community by helping charities. From 2003 to the present, he has been raising money and awareness for AIDS Walk LA benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles through team Diversity News 3960. Also in 2011 Steven Escobar raised money for The Life Group LA. Steven Escobar has volunteered for Exotifit For Humanity and The Human Rights Campaign Los Angeles Steering Committee. Steven was nominated for The Shorty Awards 2011 and the People’s Choice Fan Award 2012. In 2012 Steven Escobar received the Humanitarian Award at the 2012 International Noble Awards. Also on June 2, 2012 Steven Escobar Received the Community and Humanitarian Services Award at Kayamanan Bayan for all his contributions to the Filipino American community in Southern California. On 12-12-12 Steven Escobar received an award for the Most Fascinating Person of the Year. On August 4, 2013, Steven Escobar won the 2013 EOTM (Entrepreneurs On the Move) Award for Outstanding Internet Talk Show Diversity News Radio on Air with Steven Escobar. Yahoo.com named Steven Escobar one of the Hot 500 contributors during the month of March 2012 from Yahoo! Contributors.
On March 1, 2014 Steven Escobar received the following awards from City of Beverly Hills: The Diversity Award Certificate of Recognition by the City of Beverly Hills City Council, County of Los Angeles by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles and City of Los Angeles Certificate of Recognition signed by the Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti for his participation and contributions to the Multicultural Motion Picture Association (MMPA).
Steven Escobar has been in the USA since 1989 and has 2 sisters and a mother. Steven Escobar currently resides in Los Angeles County in the city of Hollywood, CA. For more information visit http://stevenescobar.diversitynewspublications.com/ or his IMDB at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4164655/
Learn About Broken Oral Agreements
Every day, oral contracts are made with no intention or even feeling that they need to be written down. This may happen in person or over the phone for services or products like utilities, car insurance, or deliveries. The parties orally have agreed to the terms. Or an insurance agent may have interpreted the written contract to say that everything is covered under the policy. That constitutes a contract that is just as binding as a written one.
Many state and federal laws exist to ensure enforcement of oral contracts. While all important contracts should be written, oral contracts are often a convenient and commonly used form of agreement between people or companies.
What is an oral agreement?
If problems or disagreements should arise, the main problem with an oral contract is that the case becomes one person’s word against the other. Some states may have laws (called statutes of frauds) that regulate the type of property or amount of money an oral contract can involve. States also have a statute of limitation on any contract.
Was there an offer and acceptance? A meeting of the minds?
Contracts are not valid until there is an offer and acceptance. A meeting of minds occurs when all parties agree to the material or important terms and conditions of the deal. Usually, this means that if major points such as price are not agreed upon, there is not a binding contract. On the other hand, if the major points are agreed upon, the need to work out minor details or specific contract language may not prevent a meeting of the minds.
Value of the Agreement
In any contract, each side must give the other something of value for the agreement to be binding. This could be an exchange of money such as a down payment or a mutual promise of some future benefit.
When to Seek Legal Advice
The essential problem with oral contracts is that they can be difficult to prove and enforce. The party who chooses not to honor its bargain will claim that no agreement was ever reached or insist that the agreed-upon terms were not as claimed. The case may be decided on whatever evidence is available – notes that were made at the time, witness recollections of what was said, emails, even plain common sense. This is why anything in writing, even doodle filled notepads and backs of envelopes, suddenly take on huge significance.
Learn About Breach of Contracts
In a perfect business world, agreements would be entered into, both sides would benefit and be pleased with the outcome, and no disputes would arise. But in the real business world, delays happen, financial problems can crop up, and other unexpected events can occur to hinder or even prevent a successful contract from being carried out. Following is a discussion of the legal concept of “breach of contract,” and your options should such a breach occur.
What is a “Breach of Contract”?
A business contract creates certain obligations that are to be fulfilled by the people or companies who entered into the agreement. In the eyes of the law, a party’s failure to fulfill an end of the bargain under a contract is known as a “breach” of the contract. Depending on the specifics of the contract, a breach can occur when a party fails to perform on time, does not perform in accordance with the terms of the agreement, or does not perform at all. Accordingly, a breach of contract will usually be categorized as either “material” or “immaterial” for purposes of determining the appropriate legal solution or “remedy” for the breach. [More on legal remedies for breach of contract can be found below.]
To illustrate how a breach of contract might happen in the real world, assume that R. Runner contracts with Acme Anvils for the purchase of some of its products, for delivery by the following Monday evening. If Acme delivers the Anvils to Runner on the following Tuesday morning, such a breach of the contract would likely be deemed immaterial, and R. Runner would likely not be entitled to money damages (unless he could show that he was somehow damaged by the late delivery). However, assume now that the contract stated clearly and explicitly that “time is of the essence” and the anvils MUST be delivered on Monday. If Acme delivers after Monday, its breach of contract would likely be deemed “material,” and R. Runner’s damages would be presumed, making Acme’s liability for the breach more severe, and likely relieving Runner of the duty to pay for the anvils under the contract.
What Happens After a Contract is Breached?
When a breach of contract happens (or when a breach is alleged), one or both of the parties may wish to have the contract enforced on its terms, or may try to recover for any financial harm caused by the alleged breach.
If a dispute over a contract arises and informal attempts at resolution fail, the most common method used to resolve contract disputes and enforce contracts is through lawsuits and the court system. If the amount at issue is below a certain dollar figure (usually $3,000 to $7,500 depending on the state), the parties may be able to use “small claims” court to resolve the issue.
Courts and formal lawsuits are not the only option for people and businesses involved in contract disputes. The parties can agree to have a mediator review a contract dispute, or may agree to binding arbitration of a contract dispute. These out-of-court options are two methods of “alternative dispute resolution.”
No matter what avenue is chosen to remedy a breach of contract, the non-breaching party will most likely be entitled to some kind of remedy under the law.
Remedies for a Breach of Contract
When an individual or business breaches a contract, the other party to the agreement is entitled to relief (or a “remedy”) under the law. The main remedies for a breach of contract are (1) damages, (2) specific performance, (3) or cancellation and restitution.
The remedy that is most often used for a breach of contract is the remedy of damages — payment in one form or another, made by the breaching party to the non-breaching party. There are many kinds of damages, and generally speaking damages may be very specific to the kind of breach that has occurred. Following are some guidelines on damages.
Compensatory damages aim to put the non-breaching party in the position that they had been if the breach had not occurred.
Punitive damages are payments that the breaching party must make, above and beyond the point that would fully compensate the non-breaching party. Punitive damages are meant to punish a wrongful party for particularly wrongful acts, and are rarely awarded in the business contracts setting.
Nominal damages are token damages awarded when a breach occurred, but no actual money loss to the non-breaching party was proven.
Liquidated damages are specific damages that were previously identified by the parties in the contract itself, in the event that the contract is breached. Liquidated damages should be a reasonable estimate of actual damages that might result from a breach.
Specific Performance. If damages are inadequate as a legal remedy, the non-breaching party may seek an alternative remedy called specific performance. Specific performance is best described as the breaching party’s court-ordered performance of duty under the contract. Specific performance may be used as a remedy for breach of contract if the subject matter of the agreement is rare or unique, and damages would not suffice to place the non-breaching party in as good a position as they would have been had the breach not occurred.
Cancellation and Restitution. A non-breaching party may cancel the contract and sue for restitution if the non-breaching party has given a benefit to the breaching party. “Restitution” as a contract remedy means that the non-breaching party is put back in the position it was in prior to the breach, while “cancellation” of the contract voids the contract and relieves all parties of any obligation under the agreement.
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