Singing Star Joins Capital Region “Dining Out for Life”
Kate Voegele Helps Fight HIV/AIDS on April 24
ALBANY, NY (04/22/2008)(readMedia)-- Media Advisory
Event: Dining Out for Life – Thursday, April 24, 2008
What: Singer-songwriter Kate Voegele joins the Capital Region for Dining Out for Life 2008. Over 30 restaurants, from Plattsburgh to Hudson and throughout the region, will be donating at least 25% of their sales to help fight HIV/AIDS. Voegele, who is on international tour with Hanson, will have a special live performance and autograph session on Thursday for the event.
Time: Thursday, 4:00pm-6:00pm
Where: Bayou Café, 79 North Pearl Street, Albany
About Kate Voegele: Kate is a singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist from Bay Village, Ohio who recently became popular playing Mia Catalano on the hit CW television show One Tree Hill. Kate has been writing music since she was 15 years old and has recorded several albums with well known producers. In 2007, she signed with a division of Interscope Records and released her hit album “Don’t Look Away”. The 21 year-old upcoming star has performed on the Early Show and her music has been featured on popular shows including MTV’s The Hills. Several singles have already hit the Billboard Charts.
Other Media Interview Opportunities: Dining Out for Life will take place throughout the day at various Capital Region establishments. (Full list at www.diningoutforlife.com/albany) AIDS Council spokespeople will be available at the following locations –
Lunch: El Loco Mexican Café – Karen Asher, Board of Directors | Nicole’s Restaurant – Julie Harris, Deputy Executive Director | Provence – Laurie Abbott, Director
Dinner: Bayou Café – Event Coordinator and special guest Kate Voegele | Justin’s – Julie Harris, Deputy Executive Director | Mexican Connection, Saratoga – Sherry Charlebois, Director | Olde Bryan Inn, Saratoga – Brian Tromans | Tiznow, Saratoga – Michele McClave, Executive Director | Tosca, Troy – Bill Faragon, Director and Joan Hayner, President of the Board of Directors
Other times and locations scheduled upon request.
Contact: Brian R. Tromans, Marketing Coordinator Office: 518.434.4686 ext. 2415/ cell: 518.892.3299 -30-
The AIDS Council of Northeastern New York is a not-for-profit human service agency whose mission is to reduce the risk, fear, and incidence of HIV infection, encourage the independence of people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and promote understanding of their needs. In operation for over 24 years, the AIDS Council is the preeminent provider of AIDS services in a fifteen county region in Upstate New York with offices in Albany, Glens Falls, Hudson, Plattsburgh, Schenectady and Troy. For more information about the AIDS Council, please visit www.aidscouncil.org.