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Jared Hadaway Inching Closer To Finalizing Plans To Host Tie Dye Party To Benefit Boys And Girls Club

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SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, December 13, 2017 / -- After weeks of planning and thought, Jared Hadaway is inching closer to announcing final plans for a tie-dye party. This party would be for the community, and all proceeds go to the local Boys and Girls Club.

While further plans need to be worked out, Hadaway is more confident about setting a date than before. The next step will be selling tickets and gathering supplies from sponsors.

"Every person in the city who has heard about the party has been so encouraging," says Hadaway. "I know the event will be a success just from the first few waves of feedback I've received."

Money And Other Supplies To Be Donated

Since his first few days of planning, donations and volunteers have come in bulk. Companies around the city have donated necessary supplies or able to bring food to sell. These are just additional avenues Hadaway is learning to raise more funds. A tie-dye gathering takes thorough preparation, but local businesses have made the process easier.

Hadaway has already secured a large enough venue for the event. The building is big enough to hold a massive crowd but also has outdoor space. With tie-dye involved, things can get messy. If the weather calls for it, Hadaway hopes to have the tie-dye stations outdoors. This idea lowers the probability of a significant cleanup indoors and risking damaging property.

"As a kid, I loved these kinds of parties," recollects Hadaway. "I'm a creative person, and putting forth the effort to make something you can wear intrigued me as a child."

How The Party Will Work With Customers And Attendees
Hadaway has been able to revise the way he will operate the party. All of the supplies donated; this means residents will only pay one fee to participate. The money raised from the flat rates will go towards the local Boys and Girls Club.

All of the shirts residents create will be taken home or donated to charity. This fact means every resident will be making a product to take home and the money goes to a great cause.

"I mentioned before that I wanted to give away prizes for the best shirts," adds Hadaway. "This will be possible since more businesses have donated prizes."

Hadaway says restaurants have given him gift certificates and will donate food for the event. Other businesses have given Hadaway actual product or coupons for services.

"Every business that has heard about the event has donated something," says Hadaway. "There will be some fabulous prizes for winners, so the extra incentive to participate is there.

The Boys and Girls Club loves the idea of a themed shirt contest. This competition would promote the charity, but also give another way to raise funds. In the future, the winning design and the money would go to the club.

More Entertainment Planned For Event
"I have already booked entertainment for the event," says Hadaway. "A few of the local bands will be playing music, and I have a few more acts for further entertainment."

Hadaway knows the attendance will be substantial. That's why he likes the versatile option of the venue. Now Hadaway hopes for a sunny day on the day he plans to have the event. A sunny day means more room and opportunities for attendees.

"I'm praying for sunshine and a warm day," states Hadaway. "We are only a few steps away from establishing this event with the community, and I'm looking forward to it."

Hadaway is already gathering supplies and kits to give to attendees. Also, his volunteers have started helping with packages. It's been a team effort overall, and the event will surely be a success.

Eric Ash
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