Press Release: CHS Otaku Fest for Haiti
A local Maryland anime convention to donate to Haiti relief efforts
Ellicott City, MD March 28th, 2010 – CHS Otaku Fest is pleased to announce that we will be donating a portion of all convention proceeds to Haiti Disaster relief efforts. The donation will go to the MercyCorps on behalf of Howard County for Haiti.
In the times of crisis we as citizens of this world must do what we can to help those in need. CHS Otaku Fest just wants to what we can. Being part of CHS Otaku Fest doesn’t just mean an day celebrating something we as fans love, but also contributing to a great and vital cause. We’re looking for more ways to help Haiti so if you have any ideas or are willing to help us do more, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Centennial High Anime Club and CHS Otaku Fest: This organization is an entirely high school based club with about 30 active members. The club has been an establishment in the school since 2005 and is gaining membership annually. It is a place for otaku to gather and meet while relaxing and discussing anime and the community at large. Last year the club hosted our first successful convention, CHS Otaku Fest, a one day public event dedicated to all things anime and awesome. This the club is looking forward to making this one even better.
CHS Otaku Fest information
Date: Saturday April 24th, 2010
Time: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: Centennial High School
4300 Centennial Lane
Ellicott City, MD 21042
Registration fee: $10 before January 31st and $15 after. There is a $3 discount to groups of 10 or more ($7 per person before 1/31/10 and $12 after 1/31/10). At-the-door registration is $20.
For additional information visit: www.chs-otakufest.com