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Los Angeles Premiere of the Glow Project Movie to Benefit Homeless Women  [Link Removed]

Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 15, 2010

There is growing concern about the welfare of women who have hit hard times and have no place to feel safe. Many are trying to find jobs so they can become self sufficient. They are not alone - there are people who care about their well being. To reach out to these women, anti-aging experts Cynthia Rowland and Jackie Silver, co-hosts of The Ageless Sisters BlogTalk health and beauty radio show, announced today the Los Angeles premiere of the Glow Project movie is scheduled for October 16, 2010 at The Art Theatre in Long Beach, California. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Los Angeles Downtown Women’s Center (

"This movie event has a multi-purpose goal and that is to bring like-minded women together for networking, to inspire them to ‘spread their wings and soar into their full potential,‘” says Rowland.

“This exciting venue is an opportunity for the Ageless Sisters to meet and network with successful business women, watch and discuss the Glow Project movie while empowering less fortunate women who want to make a change,” Rowland says. "I am so excited to be a part of bringing this important film to the women of Long Beach along with my Ageless Sister Cynthia Rowland. The Glow Project inspires women everywhere to overcome life’s adversities and to live up to the great good we are meant to accomplish," adds Jackie Silver. See video [Link Removed] (

The GLOW Project Movie has been dubbed “the most inspiring movie ever created for women” by the President of the Orlando Film Festival, Robin Wright. "We selected the GLOW Project as our featured attraction and it was one of the best received films we ever showcased. The realness and authentic way the movie draws you in is truly transformative. Everyone one was so inspired after watching the film," Says Wright.

"GLOW is the combustion of success and happiness. GLOW is to know that you have created a life that isn’t laden with secret wishes, longing dreams and missed opportunities. GLOW is about learning how to cut loose of bad habits and destructive patterns; obtaining confidence and skills to make sound choices; embracing your quiet and distance dreams; and surrounding yourself with supportive energy to make an empowering shift in how you live your life," says Sandra Yancey, founder and CEO of ( and the producer and driving force behind the Glow Project.

The screening will be held October 16th from 4PM to 7PM at the Art Theatre in Long Beach, California. Tickets for this fundraiser are $35.00 and can be purchased at [Link Removed] (

Working together are the women of eWomenNetwork, Ladies Who Launch and the Ageless Sisters to provide funds for the Los Angeles Downtown Women's Center whose mission is to provide permanent supportive housing in a safe and healthy community fostering dignity, respect, and personal stability, and to advocate ending homelessness for women. [Link Removed] (

Rowland is widely recognized as an expert in all natural facial fitness. She has appeared on The View, The Today Show, Rachael Ray, The Doctors and other popular shows. She is co-host with Jackie Silver of The Ageless Sisters on and author of The Magic of Facial Exercise. Silver is the author of Aging Backwards, Secrets to Staying Young. She is the anti-aging expert on the syndicated television show, Daytime, a weekly columnist with The Tampa Tribune and contributor to many beauty and anti-aging web sites.


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