Founders Adam Bouska & Jeff Parshley

NO H8 Campaign Comes To Des Moines,IA

www.noh8campaign.com

The NO H8 Campaign is to spread awareness about Hate and to help end all forms of hate such as: bullying, dicrimination, race, religion & sexual orientaion. Photo are subject weating white, with NO H8 on the cheek & duct tape over the mouth showing that Hate has silenced them. Let yourself BE HEARD and come out to join the NO H8 Campaign!

On SATURDAY, JUNE 4TH the NOH8 Campaign will set up our studio in DOWNTOWN DES MOINES, opening up the opportunity for all the NOH8 supporters in IOWA to join the campaign for the very first time!

The shoot is scheduled to begin at 10AM and will continue until at least 1PM. We will do our best to make sure everyone who arrives in line by 1PM will get their photo; even if that means staying late! The line moves quickly, so don't le...t the RSVPs intimidate you. :)

In addition to the Open Shoot, NOH8 Campaign founders Adam Bouska and Jeff Parshley will headline Iowa's 2011 Matthew Shepard Scholarship Awards Dinner at the Hy-Vee Conference Center in West Des Moines, Iowa on Friday, June 3rd.

Attendees of the Awards Dinner can add a ticket for a solo portrait to their Dinner Registration. People with a ticket can get their photo early from 9AM to 10AM or attend the open shoot. Details about the Awards Dinner are available at http://mssdinner.eychanerfoundation.org/.

Anyone that would like to join the NOH8 Campaign is asked to wear a plain white shirt to mat ch the look of the signature NOH8 photos.

SOLO PORTRAITS .......... $40.00

COUPLE & GROUP PORTRAITS ........... $25.00 per person

Celebrity Photographer & NOH8 Co-Founder Adam Bouska will be working around the clock to photograph 5-10 frames for each person that comes through. The final selection he chooses will be retouched and made available to you in about 4-8 weeks through the website:

www.NOH8Campaign.com

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO?

ARRIVE BETWEEN 10 AM AND 1PM

Capital Square (next to Nolan Plaza and the Civic Center)
Downtown Des Moines
400 Locust Street
Des Moines, IA 50309

* COME CAMERA READY *
* WEAR WHITE *
* POSE & MAKE A STATEMENT! *

Once you arrive, the NOH8 Campaign will apply the NOH8 temporary tattoo to your face, and we will also supply you with the silver duct tape for the photo.

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Funds raised by the NOH8 Campaign will be used to continue promoting
and raising awareness for marriage equality and anti-discrimination
through NOH8’s interactive media campaign. This includes bringing the
campaign to other cities around the country, as well as compiling the
images for a large-scale media campaign. Under consideration is the
expansion of our campaign to other media, including television and
radio broadcast, billboards, and magazines. Contributions are also
used to cover the daily operations and maintenance necessary to run
this rapidly growing campaign.

The NOH8 Campaign is an approved 501(c)(3), donations will be tax-deductible up to the amount allowable by law.See More

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