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4th Annual Florida Entertainment Summit Florida’s Most Important Entertainment Networking Event will convene in Miami, FL from Dec 11 – 14, 2008

The 4TH Annual Florida Entertainment Summit will convene in beautiful Miami, Florida at the Hyatt Regency Hotel Downtown from December 11 – 14, 2008. Each year this highly-anticipated industry event features a stellar list of events that allows entertainment industry professionals and hopefuls multiple opportunities to educate themselves on current trends and network, while supporting vital community initiatives. This year’s Summit is sponsored in part by Slip N Slide Records, Ecko Unlimited, Maybach Music Group, Rick Ross Charities, SoundLoad, Akademiks, Poe Boy Entertainment, Southpole and Agent Red International.

4th Annual Florida Entertainment Summit Florida’s Most Important Entertainment Networking Event will convene in Miami, FL from Dec 11 – 14, 2008

The 4TH Annual Florida Entertainment Summit will convene in beautiful Miami, Florida at the Hyatt Regency Hotel Downtown from December 11 – 14, 2008. Each year this highly-anticipated industry event features a stellar list of events that allows entertainment industry professionals and hopefuls multiple opportunities to educate themselves on current trends and network, while supporting vital community initiatives. This year’s Summit is sponsored in part by Slip N Slide Records, Ecko Unlimited, Maybach Music Group, Rick Ross Charities, SoundLoad, Akademiks, Poe Boy Entertainment, Southpole and Agent Red International.

The Florida Entertainment Summit (FES) features panel discussions, film screenings, Music SoundLabs, Workshops and a host of parties. Workshop and panel discussion topics include “Music in Film & New Media”, the “SoundLab Workshop” where recording artist and producers receive feedback in real time from mixshow directors, film producers, A&R’s and DJs, “The Art of Social Networking and Marketing” and more. The purpose of FES is to provide opportunities for recording artists, filmmakers, models and fashion designers to arm themselves with the tools and information needed to be successful in the world of entertainment before securing a major deal.

Every year the Florida Entertainment Summit incorporates a community initiative into its overall agenda. In the past, FES Community Initiatives have benefited Rick Ross Charities, Inc and Trick Luvs Da Kids Foundation. This year, FES will organize the White Summer Fashion Show to benefit the RCP Movement, an HIV Awareness Organization which encourages young people to Respect, Check and Protect themselves against HIV/AIDS.

FES registration is open and there’s an open call for film submissions. Currently enrolled college students qualify for complimentary admission when registering before October 30. A complete listing of events and information on host hotels during the 4th Annual Florida Entertainment Summit is available by logging on to www.FloridaEntertainmentSummit.com or call 305-851-5699.

About the RCP Movement


“Respect Yourself, Check Yourself, Protect Yourself” (RCP)” was developed in November 2006 in South Florida to expose and highlight the crisis young people are facing with the HIV/AIDS virus. RCP is a social marketing campaign created by Rize & Shine, Inc. a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that promotes, markets and advertises public awareness of the risks associated with HIV/AIDS.

About The Florida Entertainment Summit

The Florida Entertainment Summit was founded by E. Mason & Associates, a South Florida publicity and events management firm. Now in its 4th year, the Summit has a proven track record for providing film, music entertainers and entertainment entrepreneurs the opportunity to network with influential entertainment decision makers, gain new insight on selling entertainment product, broker deals, promote new music, and learn new industry trends, while introducing new and returning artists to the masses.

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