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p.i.n.k. to sponsor designer Kirstie Kelly reception

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Apr '08
The p.i.n.k. Spirits Company is proud to announce its participation as key sponsor for designer Kirstie Kelly as she unveils her highly anticipated fall 2008 bridal collection for Disney Fairy Tale Weddings division.

Known for her high-quality and imaginative designs, Kirstie Kelly has, for over a dozen years, designed elegant and sophisticated gowns for discriminating brides, including film and television as well as socialites and celebrities.

This fashion extravaganza features an “Enchanted Evening” with a p.i.n.k. vodka sponsored cocktail reception featuring p.i.n.k.'s own mixologist David Brogan to serve up a series of magical cocktails as well as an exhibition style fashion showing that promises to bring the classic fairy tales to life!

“We are extremely proud to partner with Kirstie Kelly as she introduces her latest fashion line for Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings,” said David Mandell, President & CEO of The p.i.n.k. Spirits Company. “p.i.n.k. vodka is a perfect spirit for any fashionable and romantic occasion.”

“We are thrilled to have this terrific sponsorship from p.i.n.k. Spirits,” said Kelly. “Not only does it appeal to those seeking a fine taste, it is also delicate, fashionable and adds a perfect level of sophistication for even the most pampered princess!” continued Kelly.

p.i.n.k. Spirits Company


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