These days it seems as if you can't turn on the television or pick up the newspaper without coming across a story about bullying, which is a major problem in school systems and communities across the United States. In an effort to combat bullying as a byproduct of youth not having proper hygiene, Project Hygiene was created by twin sisters Anshia B. Tull and Anshay B. Tull. Project Hygiene is described as "an initiative developed to give a hand to underprivileged adolescents and teens, promoting health and wellness, as well as denouncing bullying." The Project Hygiene movement is gaining momentum, and to spread awareness in New York City there will be a launch concert at S.O.B.'s on Tuesday, April 2nd. Concertgoers will be treated to live performances by Aaron Camper, Ben O'Neill, Just Greg, Kontraband215 and Luvaboy TJ with Shazzle Dazzle rocking the turntables and Q Parker of 112 serving as host. Attendees are asked to bring donations of male and female personal hygiene products to the event, which will later be given to the children of the Boys & Girls Club of Queens. We can't think of a better way to party than with a purpose, so we strongly encourage NYC Bouncers to support this worthy cause and buy your tickets today from S.O.B.'s or TicketWeb. Anshia's company Briclyn Entertainment has also been kind enough to give SoulBounce one pair of tickets to give away to this show, and all you have to do to enter to win is to fill out the entry form after the bounce.
To enter the SoulBounce/Briclyn Entertainment Project Hygiene Concert Ticket Giveaway: