Hope for Haiti: Acoustic Benefit Show

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 20, 2010

SHO Foundation Presents: HOPE FOR HAITI Acoustic Benefit Show

Orlando, Fla.— The SHO Foundation is an acronym for “Simply Helping Others.” The
foundation was created to make a positive difference in the lives of children through sponsored
fine arts programs. With the unfortunate natural disaster unfolding in Haiti in recent days, the
SHO Foundation would like to help the children as well as the entire country by donating funds
to the Haiti earthquake relief efforts.

On Wednesday, January 27, 2010 the SHO Foundation will be hosting “HOPE FOR HAITI
Acoustic Benefit Show” at The Plaza Theatre (425 N. Bumby Ave, Orlando, FL 32803)
from 7PM – 9PM. The event will highlight several local artists and musicians who have
partnered with the SHO Foundation for this cause.

Performing artists include:
Ron Irizarry (http://www.ronmusic.com)
Rubox (http://www.myspace.com/ruboxcube)
Laura Figueroa (http://www.myspace.com/laurafigueroamusic)
Louise DeFabrizio (http://www.gasolineheart.com)
Matt Shenk (http://myspace.com/mattshenk)
Orange Avenue (http://www.orangeavenuemusic.com)
Jordan Kaufman
J.A.M.

This event is open to the public and there will be a $5 door/cover wherein all proceeds will be
donated to reputable organizations aiding in Haiti earthquake relief efforts. In addition, the SHO
Foundation will also be collecting clothing donations for the earthquake victims in Haiti.

For more information please visit www.shofoundation.org or email ron@shofoundation.org.

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