CHARITY PRIZE CANCERCARE MANITOBA GALA
It’s getting close to that important time of year again. The annual Guardian Angel Gala at the RBC Winnipeg Convention Centre. Money raised in support of Cancercare Manitoba. Last year’s winner of the 2015 Charity Prize Cancercare Manitoba Gala was the lovely Jen in her own Pinup Shoot! We will again be donating a Vintage Photo Shoot for the big night. This year choose either a Vintage Pinup, 1940’s Classic Hollywood session or a Boudoir Shoot.
My wife and I attended last year’s gala – and we had a fantastic evening.
It was especially inspirational for my wife, as she was diagnosed with breast cancer just over a year ago.
Since that time she has endured all the treatments – and the outlook is very positive.
She found last year’s speaker – Dr. Jen Arnold so uplifting in preparation for her own treatment journey.
Each year now, we donate a Vintage Photo Shoot in order to raise important funds to battle cancer and find a cure.
I want to show you all the amazing images possible – for the 2016 prize winner in the Guardian Angel Gala.
The more I can advertise these amazing images of Jen – the more I hope the attendees will purchase tickets for our prize draw.
All ticket money goes to fight cancer!
For the winner of our 2016 photo shoot – we will also supply retro dresses/outfits and all the props you will need to look stunning in your own session.
This year Cristina will be offering this same bonus prize to go with the photo shoot.
The prize winner will come down to our studio located a short 20 minute drive from Winnipeg – in lovely Ste. Anne.
Here you will be treated like a Queen for a day.
This will be of course – after you are given the royal vintage treatment with hair and makeup by Cristina.
Never posed for a photo shoot before?
Think you never look good in pictures?
Throw away those thoughts – with our relaxed coaching you will come out a Vintage Star!
The winner of this year’s session will have a personal consultation in relation to her photo shoot.
We will discuss potential themes and poses to make your day a special one.
Please purchase your tickets online to the 2016 Guardian Angel Gala today.
When you attend this year’s gala – look for our advertisement and purchase as many draw tickets as you can.
Even if you lose – we all win – with the monies going to such a worthwhile cause.
This years event is on Tuesday Oct.25th at the RBC Winnipeg Convention Centre.
As as added potential bonus…we may be able to submit your images for a Vintage Pinup Magazine publication.
We have been published several times this year – and we would love to submit the winner’s photos for potential publication.
That could be you in the 2016 Charity Prize Cancercare Manitoba Foundation Gala.
How’s this for a tasty treat?
This was Jen’s first professional photo session – and she nailed it!
Thanks Jen for supporting this worthwhile event.
Jen says, “Call Cancercare Manitoba and buy your 2016 Guardian Angel tickets”.
Or go online and order through their secure checkout.
This image was a personal concept I wanted to try – and Jen was willing and able.
She gave me that perfect “surprised look” in the dry photo studio.
Photoshop was used to add the effects later.
Buy Your Tickets Today and enter to win our 2016 Charity Prize Cancercare Manitoba offering.
PINUP – CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD – BOUDOIR: You Choose!
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