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Campbell to speak at University of Iowa

Campbell to speak at University of Iowa

Little Rock, Ark – Brandon D. Campbell, the creator and executive producer of Little Rock Fashion Week, is the guest speaker at the University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Iowa City, IA. He’s appearing at the UI April 19th through 23rd.

“I’m greatly honored to be returning to Iowa to share my experiences.” says Campbell. “The University of Iowa provided so many resources for me in the early stages of my career. My experiences there taught me a lot about business, and I discovered who I am and what my passions were. I consider it be a dream come true to provide insight and my resources to students at my alma mater”

LRFW's Campbell named a "style setter" by magazine

LRFW's Campbell named a "style setter" by magazine

Little Rock – Brandon D. Campbell, the founder of Little Rock Fashion Week, is named by Arkansas Life magazine as a Style Setter.  

“This is a great honor,” says Campbell. “I’m prideful to be recognized by a credible magazine such as Arkansas Life for my contributions to my home state. I appreciate those who've allowed me to share my vision to entertain through my ventures. I’m thankful for my family, staff, and supporters.”

In the April issue of Arkansas Life it celebrates “the design savvy Arkansans who influence and inspire us – and prove this really is the land of opportunity.”

Click here to read the full article.

Arkansas Showcase, 88.3FM KABF

Arkansas Showcase, 88.3FM KABF

The Arkansas Showcase, 88.3FM KABF comes your way every Friday from noon to 2.  Bringing to you the best music coming out of Arkansas.  This show is the only place on radio that plays local artists.  You can also follow the show on several social media sites:  www.facebook.com/arkansasshowcase, www.twitter.com/arshowcase and www.myspace.com/arkansas_showcase.  So be sure to tune in.

LRFW's final call for fashion designers

LRFW's final call for fashion designers

Little Rock, Ark. - Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW) is still accepting fashion design applicants, wanting to showcase their clothing lines at the fifth annual Little Rock Fashion Week, scheduled for July 15-20, 2013 at various locations in downtown Little Rock. The final application postmark deadline is April 15, 2013.

Founded by entertainment producer Brandon Campbell in 2009, LRFW has showcased over 75 fashion brands by local, national, international and student designers; been attended by fashion and entertainment executives from E! Entertainment, Style Network, MTV, NBC, Dillard's, Otis School of Fashion (Los Angeles), and Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising.

Arkansas designer makes a big statement in the Big Apple

Arkansas designer makes a big statement in the Big Apple

Arkansas fashion designer, Rulli Torres, recently made a big statement during New York City Fashion Week by showcasing his designs and donating time for a special event called PLITZS NYC Fashion Show and Charity Fundraising Gala.  Funds were raised for YES!, a non-profit organization that was created to provide information, resources, and support for anyone that is affected by cancers of the liver.

Torres says of his participation,"I had a really close cousin and favorite uncle pass away from cancer in the last few years and I've always been interested in contributing to various causes.  I'm very honored to have been asked to participate in this event.  If in some small way it helps one cancer survivor feel beautiful then I'll be very happy."

Commentary: The Air Force will make you better... if you let it

Commentary: The Air Force will make you better... if you let it

by Lt. Col. Kelly Kirby
19th Operations Group

LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, Ark. -- Why are you reading this article? Why did you pick up this paper and decide to spend your valuable time on this commentary? Just the fact that you read the paper puts you into a separate class of Airmen. According to marketingcharts.com, only 43 percent of U.S. adults read the newspaper each day and over two-thirds of those are over the age of 55. So, chances are, my target audience of younger U.S.A.F. Airmen are not even reading this. But just in case you want to improve your perspective on the Air Force, or influence an Airman to make themselves better, please read on.

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