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A TOAST TO IN DEFENSE OF ANIMALS

Wine Tasting Event to Benefit Animals  Around the World

What: Trigg  Ison Fine Art hosts a wild evening sponsored by Whole Foods Market  Beverly Hills to benefit In Defense of Animals! Incredible hors d’oeuvres,  wine tasting, silent auction, raffle and much more!

When:   Tuesday,  March 30, 2010, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Where:  Trigg Ison Fine Art, 511 N. Robertson  Blvd., West Hollywood
(Enter on Rangely Ave, south of gallery, valet  across the street at Cecconi’s)
 
Who:   Jennifer  Taylor (Two and a Half Men), Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter),  Elaine Hendrix (Joan of Arcadia), Comedian ANT, David  Dayan Fisher (NCIS), David Fralick (The Young and the  Restless) Minter, Kristen (ER), Brandon McMillan (host of  Animal Planet’s Night), Kristin Bauer (True Blood), Tania  Gunadi (Aaron Stone) and others toasting to a good  cause

Why:  To raise funds for IDA’s Chimpanzee  rescue sanctuary, veterinary and spay-neuter clinics, and to help save  abused and abandoned animals worldwide

Tickets: $30 tax-deductible donation

More: Trigg Ison Fine Art will donate a  portion of the evening’s sales to IDA

For press inquiries: Weil Public Relations, 818-341-3646 /  818-378-8995, rachel@weilpr.com

In Defense of  Animals (IDA), located in San Rafael,  California, is an international animal protection organization dedicated to  ending the abuse and exploitation of animals by protecting their rights,  welfare and habitats and by raising their status beyond that of mere  property, commodities and things. Through their chimpanzee sanctuary in  Cameroon, Africa, their veterinary clinics in Mumbai, India, and their  64-acre sanctuary for abused and abandoned animals in rural Mississippi,  their work on behalf of animals spans the globe. Working to end the Korean  dog and cat meat trade, the Japanese slaughter of dolphins, the abuse of  elephants in our nation’s circuses and zoos, the roundup of America’s wild  horses and the deaths of millions of dogs and cats in our nation’s shelters,  IDA has been a powerful voice and force for change.
www.idausa.org

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