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Real Housewives’ Meredith Marks, Matt Rogers, Jonathan Bennett, and more attend the GLAAD x Meredith Marks Party at Sundance

Meredith Marks and Matt Rogers attend the GLAAD x Meredith Marks Park City Boutique Event

Last night, The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’s Meredith Marks opened the doors of her Park City Boutique on Main Street to celebrate GLAAD and the organization’s work to accelerate acceptance for the LGBTQ community during Sundance in Park City, Utah.

Additional attending talent included Matt Rogers, Jonathan Bennett, Heather Gay, and more.

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Event Celebrated GLAAD and the Organization’s Work and Mission to Accelerate Acceptance for the LGBTQ community. 

Jonathan Bennett and Jaymes Vaughan attend the GLAAD x Meredith Marks Park City Boutique Event

WHO:                  Meredith Marks (The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City), Anthony Allen Ramos (GLAAD), Alex Schmider (GLAAD), Seth Marks (The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City), Matt Rogers (Fire Island), Jonathan Bennett (Mean Girls), Jaymes Vaughan (The Real Friends of WeHo), Heather Gay (The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City), Scott Turner Schofield (The Blacklist),

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WHAT:                  Meredith Marks opened the doors of her Park City Boutique on Main Street to celebrate GLAAD and the organization’s work to accelerate acceptance for the LGBTQ community. GLAAD’s mission is an important cause to Marks, as she has served on the Host Committee for the GLAAD Media Awards and has raised funds for the organization through an array of fundraisers and special collaborations of her collection.

Credit: Anna Weber/Getty Images for GLAAD

ABOUT GLAAD

GLAAD – the world’s largest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) media advocacy organization – increases media accountability and community engagement that ensures authentic LGBTQ stories are seen, heard, and actualized.

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GLAAD’s founders battled discrimination with facts and compassion from the start, as the handful of journalists in 1985 saw family members dying of AIDS, a government unwilling to help, and inflammatory headlines overwhelming newsstands. GLAAD has had a direct impact on inspiring positive LGBTQ cultural representation by nurturing understanding and holding social media platforms accountable for misinformation.