YOUTH CENTER (LACP) LAUNCHES STUDENT CREATED CLOTHING BRAND AND OPENS ITS DOORS TO THE COMMUNITY
Updated: Jun 28, 2019
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The Lost Angels Children’s Project (LACP) is officially opening its doors to the public for the first time since it’s conception! Lead by founder/CEO, Aaron Valencia, LACP is an Antelope Valley based non-profit youth center that focuses on providing high risk youth with safe educational programs, which include but is not limited to classic car restoration, merchandising and production, furniture construction, art making and more!
For the very first time ever this org is having an open house also known as a “Friday Night Get Down” to celebrate the opening of it’s new in house student run t-shirt print shop and the launch of the student run clothing brand GOOD+LIFE. The Get Downs will be comprised of live musical performances, car show (all models), street taco party, and skating and art demonstrations.
Attendees of the Friday Night Get Downs will have exclusive opportunity to purchase the latest GOOD+LIFE merchandise before going on sale on LACP’s official online store. Car enthusiasts are all welcome and encouraged to show off their own car builds at the event. For more information on how to participate and to learn about sponsorship opportunities please call 661-579-6052 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday Night Get Downs will be happening every 1st Friday of each month from 5 - 9pm starting May 3, 2019 through the end of summer. These open houses are completely admission free and all proceeds from the event will be invested in the development of LACP’s programming.