Created and patented from an entrepreneurial spirit, the Locks Down fills a need for the shoulder-length haired individual. "Locks Down is an innovative product designed for men, women, and children to keep their hair in place in a fashion-conscious manner," explained Designer, Deon Leftenant.
NEW YORK, NY -- APR 19, 2008 ( eMediaCampaigns!
) -- Deshalamar Enterprises will present "Roc the Locs Fashion Show" as part of their Locks Down launch, 7 p.m. - 12 a.m., Saturday, May 10, 2008. The event is open to the public and will take place at The National Black Theater of Harlem, 2031-33 Fifth Avenue, Harlem, New York.
The evening's program will not only provide attendees with a look of the company's line of its innovative hair accessory, but also, raffle drawings, two masseuses, two massage chairs, and a Jerk Chicken dinner catered by New York's, White's Cuisine.
Live entertainment is also part of the venue. Included among the scheduled artists to appear are:
The Comedian, F.U.D.G.E.
Al Garvin and M2C
Tickets are $35.00 online at www. locksdown. com
, and $45.00 at the door.
Each attendee will receive a free Locks Down.
For more information, contact Clarise Miller, at (631) 582-2676, or e-mail clarice.locksdown.com
Created and patented from an entrepreneurial spirit, the Locks Down fills a need for the shoulder-length haired individual. "Locks Down is an innovative product designed for men, women, and children to keep their hair in place in a fashion-conscious manner," explained Designer, Deon Leftenant. "Several pieces are available in different prints and fabrics including terry cloth, cotton, leather, form-fitting, and silk. The Locks Down appeals to every ethnic background and culture and compliments any wardrobe. For more information, please visit our website, www.locksdown.com."
Use Locks Down for:
-- Pool side
-- After showering/bathing
-- Motorcycle Rides
-- Formal Events
-- Every day fashion
-- And More
Website: www. locksdown.com
For press inquires, interviews, and photo exhibits, please contact Locks Down's publicist:
Deputy Reporter: Fran Briggs