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#GrowingUpPlus Is Inviting You To Their Campaign Launch Party!

growing up plusConfidence plays a major role in today’s society, you have to be sure of yourself in order to break down walls that lead to accomplishing your goals. Victoria Pomee is a prime example of following your goals, she is the winner of #ASTRUEmodel and is on the cover of Plus Model Magazine!

Her event #GrowingUpPlus, is all about instilling a sense of confidence all while helping others discover inner beauty and self-worth. On Sunday, September 4th, 2016, please join TRUE Model at the Imperial Arts Studio from 4pm-10pm. The campaign launch event will have food, drinks, Polynesian dancers, tarot readings, and reiki healing.  The event is sponsored by TRUE Model Management and will give guest a chance to network and share similar experiences.

WHO: Growing Up Plus

WHAT: Campaign Launch Party

WHERE: Imperial Arts Studio

WHEN: Sunday September,4th 2016 4pm-10pm

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