LOS ANGELES — AEBN is teaming up with Immoral Productions, King Ryan Events, and L.A. Direct Models to throw a fundraiser for the breast cancer charity The Healing Curve next Thursday.
The party will take place on the R Lounge in Studio City, starting with a red carpet at 9 p.m. The club is located at 11608 Ventura Blvd., 91604.
Founded in 2008 by Dr. Gary Motykie, The Healing Curve is an initiative that helps women who have beaten breast cancer but are left with scars and loss of breast tissue as a result of the mastectomy. The non-profit works to provide breast-cancer survivors with the best possible breast reconstruction that plastic surgery can offer.
“I am very excited to be sponsoring this event for a great cause along with the Adult Entertainment Broadcast Network (AEBN) and L.A. Direct Models,” said Dan Leal, CEO of Immoral Productions. “I have a long-standing business and personal relationships with these two leading adult companies and feel this benefit for breast cancer awareness is going to be the best event of the year.”
Each person attending will be asked to donate a suggested minimum of $20 to The Healing Curve. All men coming to the event must be accompanied by female companion.
Attendees should note that filming will be in progress throughout the night for “The Right Hand,” a new reality TV series that follows the misadventures of production assistant, Brandon MacIntosh, in his first film job with Immoral Productions. EWL Media, the producers of the series, will be covering the $20 donation for all female partygoers.
L.A. Direct Models Kirsten Price and Breanne Benson will co-host the night.
“L.A. Direct Models is pleased to participate in this event with our friends from AEBN, Immoral Productions and King Ryan Events,” said Derek Hay, president/owner of L.A. Direct. “To do so while at the same time benefiting such a worthy cause is a win/win for us. We look forward to a wonderful evening.”
Industry members can RSVP with King Ryan Events at email@example.com.