DIVERSITY AFFLUENCE 3RD ANNUAL BRUNCH AND AWARDS SET FOR AUGUST 19
IN THE HAMPTONS TO CELEBRATE SUCCESS AND DIVERSITY IN AMERICA
More than 100 leaders in the philanthropic,business and entertainment industries will gather for the 3rd annual Diversity Affluence Brunch, an exclusive, invitation-only event celebrating individuals who have achieved success as a minority or who have advanced the diversity agenda in America. The private brunch and awards ceremony will take place August 19 at B. Smith’s on Long Wharf Street in Sag Harbor.
“The Diversity Affluence Brunch is about honoring individuals who are driven and determined to empower others and are relentless in their pursuits,” says Andrea Hoffman, founder and chief executive officer of Diversity Affluence.
“Our honorees wake up each day to make the journey easier and blaze trails for future generations. They should be celebrated.”
2012 HONOREES AND SPONSORS
Marc Morial, CEO, National Urban League and former mayor of New Orleans
Donna Byrd, publisher,
Laurence Boschetto, CEO/president, Draftfcb
Baume & Mercier
Belvedere (the world’s first luxury vodka)
The brunch will be hosted by A.J. Calloway, New York City correspondent on “Extra,” and former host of popular B.E.T. show “106 & Park: B.E.T.’s Top 10 Live.”
Each honoree will be presented with a Baume & Mercier watch.
ABOUT DIVERSITY AFFLUENCE
As the only company of its kind, Diversity Affluence is a New York-based diversity research, marketing communications and business development consultancy that helps brands and businesses understand and market to affluent ethnic consumers-a group coined as “Royaltons™.” For more than 25 years, Andrea Hoffman, Diversity Affluence’s founder and chief executive officer, has been a marketing strategist and trend forecaster.
“Diversity Affluence is committed to raising awareness of the vibrant affluent ethnic economic sector that people of color and other minorities occupy in contemporary society,” says Hoffman.
For more information about Hoffman, Diversity Affluence or Black Is The New Green: Marketing to Affluent African Americans, visit DiversityAffluence.com.