Bikini Under the Bridge cancer awareness runway show for July 24

Bikini Under the Bridge Cancer Awareness Showcase
A model wearing a pink bikini that will be showcased at the Bikini Under the Bridge Cancer Awareness Showcase.
JRG Entertainment

In an effort to increase awareness around breast cancer, the community’s most appreciated event – Bikini Under the Bridge will introduce the new Jeneration Z Mastectomy swimsuit wear collection at its Sunday, July 24 fashion runway show, at the elegant, 26 Bridge St. loft in Downtown Brooklyn.

The JRG Entertainment showcase will return to its annual spectacular with a 6 p.m. — 6:45 p.m. Pink Catwalk kickoff, before models take to the runway at 7pm, for an evening of exciting high fashion collections.

Twelve special and incredibly brave breast cancer survivors, including Geralyn Lucas, American journalist, TV producer, writer and longtime advocate for breast cancer awareness, and NYC Metropolitan Hospital’s General Surgeon specializing in Breast Cancer Care, Dr. Anitha Srinivasan, will be on hand to receive tributes, as part of the very important consciousness of which the New York City Health and Hospitals is part sponsor.

A portion of the event’s proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society, said CEO of JRG Entertainment, Junior Giddings, who added that supporting this very important cause is vital, needed, welcomed, and appreciated.

JRG Entertainment, a powerhouse in successful high-end entertainment, has been producing fashion shows and themed parties in the tri-state area for over 30 years with one singular mission: to offer upscale entertainment polished with a trademark of distinction, while providing networking and recreational opportunities with a focus on the multi-cultural community at large.

Always with a fresh and innovative approach, JRG Entertainment has partnered with for-profit as well as not-for-profit organizations in New York for the past 30 years to provide diverse forums for models, fashion designers, makeup artists, hairstylists, and musical artists of all ethnicities to highlight and showcase their talent.

The radio talk show “The Reset” (formally a Pandemic within a Pandemic) whose listening audience grew from 18K to 745K in two years, is a dynamic platform that informs of the current News, Science, Faith, Culture and Business to fuse and enhance awareness in our community at large and has partnered with Caribbean Power Jam Radio, as a vessel to house the talk show to get the messages across to various and needed communities, said Giddings.

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