SANTA CLARITA, GA, March 24, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The site, which got into flight on the wings of Imagine That Event http://youtu.be/ZQGSer5darw , a Kids Net Worldwide sponsored party, had an impressive start on Feb. 23, this being their very first promotional event, and which had an overwhelming support and participation from several Santa Clarita businesses.
The aim of the Skizzleville site is to provide the opportunity to create a formidable defense for many young adults, says Josie Snyder, Skizzleville Inc.'s chief executive officer.
Even though this was their very first promotional event, Snyder noted how important it was for them to get it under their belt, though it was more than they had anticipated in organizing such an event. However, she was extremely pleased with the outcome and that it has the opportunity to create a difference for many young adults out there.
Snyder also pointed out that it was an exciting night with celebrity guest Blake Hightower, who shared some insightful words, local CHP who had an important message for teens, young entrepreneur Jeet Banjere, an amazing host Bobby Gene, of Actors Clubhouse who has worked with many of Disney and Nickelodeon stars, the beautiful Tracy Dawn who graced everyone with her beautiful voice and song, and so much more.
"We offer our sincere thanks to members of the local school Valencia High, who were the first to participate in this event for an Art Submission, which turned out to be one of the main banners," says Snyder, promising that visitors to the site will get to see these first hand in the online virtual Art gallery in Skizzleville.
According to Snyder, they are requesting a donation for Kids Net, in which 40 per cent of said donation will go into a special account overseen by a Bank Advisor, and at the end of the year will be rewarded as scholarships to members that have participated and are chosen to be in the magazine and Skizzleville website, and or those who submissions were also approved and not in the magazine or online.
"Wait, this isn't just any magazine... we are inviting every school and teen out there to come in and participate. On becoming a member in skizzleville.com, just go to our virtual business building Skizzleville Inc. where you will have the opportunity like Valencia High School students to have your work seen, from articles, poems, music, videos and more, just choose your passion and submit. Who knows your work may be the next in an upcoming issue of Skizzleville," notes Snyder.
For further information, please visit the following website: http://www.skizzleville.com.
Skizzleville is that old style neighborhood mentality designed online social entertainment network site for pre-teens and teens with multiple platforms and the opportunity for them to showcase their talents and so much more.
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