CASH MONEY RECORDS HOSTS EXCLUSIVE POST VMA PARTY EVENT BENEFITING THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION OF GREATER NEW YORK
EVENT HOSTED BY CASH MONEY RECORDS CO-CEO BRYAN “BIRDMAN” WILLIAMS & GRAMMY AWARD WINNER LIL WAYNE
LIMITED NUMBER OF EVENT TICKETS ON SALE NOW
NEW YORK, NY– Ronald “Slim” Williams and Bryan “Birdman” Williams are proud to announce that their iconic record label and entertainment company, Cash Money Records, will hold a luxury event during the MTV Video Music Award (VMA) weekend with on-site fundraising benefitting American Diabetes Association of Greater New York. Hosted by Cash Money Records co-founder, multi-platinum, Grammy nominated Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Grammy Award winning, multi-platinum-selling recording artist Lil Wayne, the Cash Money Records event promises to be the most dazzling event of the week and the talk of the town.
The event will take place on August 25th in Brooklyn, New York immediately following the MTV VMA telecast. Held at the famous architectural landmark, Skylight One Hanson, which is located directly across the street from the Barclays Center. In addition to Cash Money Records co-CEOs Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams, attendees will include YMCMB’s elite caliber of stars including Lil Wayne, Drake, Busta Rhymes, DJ Khaled, Paris Hilton and Tyga, amongst others.
The Cash Money Records VMA after-party is invite only, although a limited number of tickets will be available for sale to the general public, with proceeds going towards the American Diabetes Association of Greater New York.
Anyone who wishes to attend this special event can go on line at 2013VMA.eventbrite.com enter the code: CMVIP and purchase either the Official VIP Ticket, which is priced at $250.00 USD or the Billionaires Club Ticket, which guarantees entry into the Cash Money Records VIP seating area, priced at $500.00 USD.
“We’ve had the honor of supporting with the American Diabetes Association through United Health Care last year at our Annual Turkey Drive and we’re looking forward to collaborating with ADA directly this time around, and together we’re giving Young Money/Cash Money Records VMA after-party a really wonderful purpose. We’re raising awareness and hoping to soldier on towards a cure, say Ronald “Slim” Williams.
Adds Bryan “Birdman” Williams, “Slim and I have always believed in giving back, and we are thrilled to give back to the community through the American Diabetes Association and party with a purpose.”