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Conde Nast Traveller and EEO photo exhibitions
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Posted by:Nov 22nd 2002, 06:40:47 am
ennaYou don't need the actual invitation for either exhibit.but if you'll send me your adress I'll make sure you get one,besides that it would be nice to know how many people plan on coming.Please email your adress and number of people to
thaks you for your interest.
kind regards,e.
Posted by:Nov 21st 2002, 08:11:32 pm
tweedyWe would LOVE an invitation to the exhibit in New York, and probably have several friends that would like to go as well who have been on island for a couple of benefit concerts. Do you need to have an invitation to get into the exhibit?

Thank you for letting everyone know about the event, it sounds wonderful.

Gail Tweedy
Posted by:Nov 13th 2002, 06:51:12 pm
KimberlyThanks to such a nice group of local supporters, it looks as though Lang, Karla and Crystal of EEO have really been able to put together an impressive exhibit. Congratulations to the EEO team, and congrats to the lucky kids who will benefit most from these fundraisers.
Posted by:Nov 13th 2002, 12:52:09 pm
ennaAfter the succes of the London exhibition Conde Nast Traveller is organizing two more exhibitions of limited edition prints by internationaly renowned photographers in aid of EEO.The New York exhibition will be held on the 11 of dec at 444 Broadway(between Grand and Howard) from 7.30 pm.
The Harbour Island exhibition will take place at the Princess Art Gallery on the 20th. of dec.
Many thanks to;Shake Productions,the Coral Sands Hotel,Middle Gate securities,Bristol Cellars,Princess Street Gallery,Petrosino Restaurant NY,Dunmore Deli,and Don Q Rum for making this possible.
Anyone wishing to receive an invitation please contact me at

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