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The Los Angeles Film School Presents The 4th Annual Salute To Veterans In Entertainment

Entertainment Industry Leaders Hold Pre-Veterans Day Soiree at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Honoring our Heroes

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Oct. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --


The Los Angeles Film School's Military Services Department and entertainment industry professionals honor 400+ heroes in an exclusive red carpet pre-Veterans Day soiree at Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. This is the fourth of this annual signature event.

The evening will open with former American Idol contestant Devyn Rush. Other special guests include the afro-funk band Novala, emerging electro-soul artist Casey "Head Case" K. and Brad Standley.

The Los Angeles Film School is an accredited college for Film, Recording Arts, Computer Animation, Music Production, Game Production and Entertainment Business located on Sunset Boulevard in the heart of Hollywood. Approximately 18% (400) of the student population has an affiliation with the U.S. Armed Forces, most of which are combat veterans.

For more information on The Los Angeles Film School and the Military Services Department visit:

This is a private event. For more information about the event visit: Media, talent and industry insiders are encouraged to contact PR agency for more information.


Friday, November 1, 2013

6:00 – 11:00 p.m. 


The Roosevelt Hotel

7000 Hollywood Blvd

 Los Angeles, CA 90028


Dwight Harvey

Beck Media & Marketing

[email protected]

SOURCE The Los Angeles Film School

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