Maui’s Business Women Get Glam in Support of “Go RED”

February 16, 2011, 10:26 AM HST
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By Katie McMillan

Valentines Day isn’t the only day in February to go red. On Saturday February 26th from 7-9pm, Cherrise Nichole of VIP Style will host a “Girls Night Out: Go Red, White, and Pink,” a networking event for Maui’s women in business at Mala Wailea inside the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort. Not only is it an opportunity to make business connections, the event also raises funding for the American Heart Association’s Go RED campaign.

This event will feature live music, the Get Glam Beauty Bar, a Glam it up Boutique, and complimentary pupu’s. Drink specials are available for purchase.  Attendees are asked to come dressed in their most fashionable red, white, and pink attire.

“Go Red, White and Pink” is VIP Style’s latest networking event. “We started the Glamour Girls Night Out Monthly Events to promote local business and have some fabulous fun for the ladies. The these events were created as an avenue to get together with other ladies who like to dress up once in a while and go out to have some fun. Each event as our way of giving back to some very deserving charitable causes in our community, also to bring awareness and support to the work that they do.” states VIP Style founder Cherrise Nichole.

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Nichole got her start in Maui’s fashion scene by doing special trunk shows, small events, photo shoots, and red carpet styling. She launched VIP Style and started to partner with various other companies including Tamara Catz, Biasa Rose, Tiffany & Co., BCBG, The Enchantress Boutique, Maggie Coulombe, Mala, Casanova Bistro, Hotel Wailea and more.

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Tickets are on sale now at www.vipstylemaui.eventbrite.com. Presale tickets are available for $25. You can also purchase tickets at the door for $30. Business owners receive $5 off all ticket prices.

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