National Awareness Campaign For HIV/AIDS Intends To Raise 15 Million Dollars In Funds For Organizations Around The Country

Top Quote California PR Firm Announces Launch For A National Awareness Campaign To Raise Awareness And Prevention For All Americans. End Quote
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) December 02, 2010 - Maginious PR and Multimedia Firm LLC, announced a campaign to increase HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention starting February 2011. The campaign will come together with other national community base organizations, raising money and attending high schools around the United States. Campaign will start in Los Angeles and move across the United States stopping in every major city as well as smaller cities. Maginious PR wants get America tested while educating and entertaining at the same time.

    The Promo campaign for the February launch will begin on December 1st with the full ad campaign in full motion. The powerful BLINK Campaign focuses on life changing moments at the blink of an eye.

    "We want to take this campaign and do what others have not done, we also want Prevention and awareness to be at the head of this campaign," says Ty Farley, CEO at Maginious PR.

    The BLINK Campaign will work with community-based organizations around the country to raise money and awareness through strategic methods to get America involved and get them to the clinics to get tested.

    "The HIV infection continues to severely affect young African Americans in the United States. In fact, Black youths represent half of all new HIV infections among young people aged 13 to 29. These numbers underscores the need to reach a new generation with effective HIV prevention programs and messages; the collaboration with YG was instrumental in reaching these young people. We simply cannot afford to lose the next generation to this potentially deadly, but preventable disease. Young Black women are far more infected with HIV than young women of other races. The rate of new infections among young Black females aged 13 to 29 is 11 times higher than that of young white females and four times that of young Hispanic females. The vast majority of young Black women with HIV are infected through heterosexual contact," said Thelma McClinton, Disease Intervention Specialist.

    "It is important to understand that this campaign is not just for the African American community alone, but for everything that is and that can be affected by this disease," says Farley "Everyone needs to be educated and everyone needs to know their status."

    For more information on the BLINK Campaign, and those supporting this campaign please email, info ( @ ) maginiousPR dot com dot

    Media contact Ty-Eugene 317.657.0004 at Maginious PR and Multimedia Firm LLC or email at tyeugene ( @ ) maginiouspr dot com and Travon Morris 818.824.0541.

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