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The 3000 Club Black & White Annual Ball

  “It is called the 3000 Club because we need at least 3,000 people and businesses to donate at least $100 to help stop nutritional foods from going to waste, and make them available to thousands of hungry children in America,” says founder Lon Taylor.

As a means of rewarding its members The 3000 Club holds monthly networking meetings and now announces a Black & White Ball, January 17, 2009 at 6PM. The Phoenix Airport Marriott Hotel, 1101 N 44th St. in Phoenix will transform the Ballroom into a beautiful Black & White Wonderland where hundreds of valley business leaders will dance and mingle.

This formal event by The 3000 Club recognizes the small business owners, individuals, profit and non-profit organizations who strive to make a difference in creating an eco-friendly environment especially for future generations. A Business Directory Listing Members will be printed to commemorate the event and distributed to over 1000 members and business sponsors.

“We have found our sponsors want to work with others who support feeding the hungry while creating an eco-friendly environment. These are powerful people who meet at our networking events, exchanging business cards or referring to an ad for services they need in our Business Directory,” comments Ethel Luzario co-founder of The 3000 Club.

The 3000 Club Black & White Annual Ball tickets are $50 for an individual. Preferred seating at VIP tables which includes 10 tickets and a Business Directory full page ad and other promotional considerations run from $750 for the Ruby Package to $1000 for the Diamond Package.

Ads in the Business Directory are $30 for a business cards and $75 for a full page.

“Everyone loves getting dressed up, dancing and rubbing elbows with the wonderful people who take stewardship seriously and are actually doing something to make this a better world,” says an anonymous member. “You feel like a prince or princess for one night. It’s magical!”

For more information and ways to volunteer, visit The 3000 Club website at

The 3000 Club is a program of Feed My People Children's Charity, Inc., (FMPCC) a non profit charity domesticated in Arizona since 1986. FMPCC operates the Northern Arizona Food Bank, and the Borderland Food Bank, which serves charities throughout Arizona and America. FMPCC is an approved 501(c)3 Charity listed in Publication 78.

For more information/Media Contact:
Ruben “Big Ben” Sanchez
Direct:  602-341-7312
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