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Chic NYC announces that South Florida location will donate hundreds of handmade mask, along with turning its design studio into a Drop Off Station for goods and supplies


Miami, Florida – Chic NYC, a runway fashion company that has been featured at Fashion Week since 2015 has decided to turn its Miami Design Studio into a drop off station for shelf life food, goods, cleaning supplies and financial donations. The fastest growing fashion house has been the one New York City fashion brand to remain open during the quarantine, even hiring during the devastating time. “Now is the time to give back” says CEO Oz Avcioglu. “We have worked with federal and local authority to keep our New York operations open, but our South Florida team has picked up a majority of the work that our team in New York has not been able to accomplish. We feel that South Florida has became our home through the pandemic and we are looking forward to giving back to the tri-county area. We will be handmaking mask to drop off to hospitals, responders, grocery stores and other front line workers, along with turning our Miami Design Studio into a drop off station for the community to drop off canned goods, shelf life food, financial donations and cleaning supplies. From there, 100% of the donations will go to front line workers and families in need.” Says Oz.

For anyone who wishes to donate, all goods can be dropped off Monday – Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM at 20855 NE 16th Ave. Ste C19, Miami, Florida 33179.

In addition to accepting donations, CHIC NYC has also created a link on its website where anyone who needs assistance during the pandemic can apply for help. They are reviewing all applications on a first come first serve basis. Please visit www.chicnycrunway.com

Chic NYC is a fashion powerhouse that was featured at New York Fashion Week in 2015. Since then, the brand has became the fastest growing e-commerce and retail boutique, winning 8 awards. With offices and retail stores now worldwide, the CHIC NYC Runway Fashion Label calls Miami, Florida home to its design studio where it manufactures its very own organic cottons for its clothing and accessories.

To learn more visit www.chicnycrunway.com

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90’s studio band, no1uno to release remaster of their epic self-titled EP

DREXEL HILL, PA; 13 March 2020 – From their private recording studio in Pennsylvania, 90’s band no1uno (pronounced “no one you know”) sculpted their unique sound, influenced by noise, industrial and grunge, into a sonically adventurous self-titled EP that was released in 1997.

Now, after 23 years, the band will release a remastered version of the EP on Friday, March 13th, courtesy of Great Egg Music.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZlkFSctJXQ?feature=oembed

no1uno were an exclusively studio-based band that never performed live, but were featured on the Gagliarchives Radio Show and most recently on the podcast Bringing It All Back Home, hosted by Charles Kershenblatt.

Members Marc A. Gallo, James Sempsey III and Daniel H. McKay, crafted their four-track EP in a professional project studio owned by Gallo, recording, mixing and producing it between 1994 and 1997. Armed with the latest studio technology of the time, they meticulously sculpted sound designs for each powerful song, inspired by some of the most challenging genres of the decade.

The original EP featured Gallo performing vocals, guitars, keyboards and sound design, Sempsey III on vocals, keyboards and drum programming and McKay on bass, guitars and soundscapes.

According to Gallo, “The studio, wholly owned and operated, permitted an enviable level of artistic freedom. Our creativity was literally immune from the constraints of the music industry in the 1990s and this remastered EP demonstrates our unrestrained musical imagination.”

Since then, all the members of no1uno have continued to be active in the music scene.  Gallo, who currently owns and operates Great Egg Music and Mind the Gap, producing music and audio creative works in Drexel Hill, PA, has worked with numerous musical and theatrical bands including BAG, Alon and, most recently, Gallospole.

James Sempsey III, currently a teacher in academia in Southern New Jersey, has worked with The Forks and BAG and McKay, now employed with Visual Sound in Broomall, PA, has worked with M-Faktor, Nova X, The Tangent Project with Jeffrey Coulter and Jean Therapy.

The remastered EP, no1uno was completed in January 2020 and will be available at CD Baby, starting on Friday, March 13th.

For more information & PR enquiries, please contact:

Marc A. Gallo, Mind the Gap
DREXEL HILL, PA, United States
6105793214
marc@wemindthegap.com

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