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Words, Wine and Women is kicking off their 1-year birthday celebration and you’re invited to the party!!!
To celebrate the occasion, we want to thank YOU for supporting the web series and give you exclusive Words, Wine and Women Swag!
To enter the giveaway, simply enter your email address here:
Once entered in the giveaway you have the chance to win some amazing prizes. Here’s some of the awesome #WWWswag you could score:
A Premium Spa Kit
Nothing more deserved than pampering and a little “me” time. “Words, Wine and Women” has the perfect thing – a spa kit that includes a sisal sponge, pumice stone, wood hairbrush and a flower sponge, all enclosed in a mesh bag with a drawcord closure.BONUS GIFT (while supplies last): 1/2oz. ANNCAROL Coconut Lavender Hair/Body Oil and 1/2oz. ANNCAROL Peppermint Chamomile Hair/Body Oil from AnnCarol Beauty.
“Words, Wine and Women” T-Shirt
Who doesn’t love a comfortable t-shirt? Rock a “Words, Wine and Women” 100% preshrunk cotton t-shirt with double-needle stitching. The t-shirt is seamless rib at neck and taped shoulder-to-shoulder. Comes in sizes S, M, L, XL and 2X with a silver (as shown in the picture), black or pink logo.
“Words, Wine and Women” Wine Glasses
What is wine without the right wine glasses? The stable rounded bowls have a slight taper at the top for your standard swirling. The clear glass allows the rich wine colors to shine through. Holds 21oz. of any wine of your choosing.
This personalized power bank features a 4000mAh capacity and 5.0V/1A output, enough power to fully charge most smartphones. The charging cable doubles as a lanyard attachment, conveniently keeping the two components together. Just use your computer to recharge the lithium polymer battery for emergencies. Clip this metal power bank onto backpacks and purses, or stow it away in the glovebox—you can take this device, and your logo, everywhere. Don’t find yourself with a dead battery or lost in unfamiliar territory without a plan B. For adventurous hikers, train commuters and solo drivers, this portable device will have you feeling free and connected, simultaneously. Size: 2-5/8″ x 4-1/2″ x 3/8″.
Michael Kors Jet Set Medium Logo Crossbody
A busy woman today needs a handbag that makes everyday life a little bit easier. One high-style handbag: our Jet Set medium logo crossbody is an eye-catching style you can take anywhere. High-shine hardware highlights our signature print, while the inside compartments and pockets can hold your passport, wallet and cellphone.
Michael Kors Jet Set Travel Saffiano Leather Medium Tote
A Triple W woman deserves nothing but the best – a Michael Kors Jet Set tote. Crafted from durable and distinctive Saffiano leather and adorned with the Michael Kors logo hardware, this elegant essential features polished top handles and an adjustable shoulder strap. Whether you’re airport-bound or en route to the office, it will leave an impression that’s both luxe and lasting.
Trip To Los Angeles And Visit To “Words, Wine And Women” Set
Join the ladies of “Words, Wine and Women” in Los Angeles, CA as we shoot an episode of Season 3. Trip includes a 3-day/2-night trip to Los Angeles, CA, a 2-night stay in a hotel near the shooting location and a visit to the set of “Words, Wine and Women” where you can watch as all the magic happens.
BUT WAIT…. THERE’S MORE!
After you enter, please invite all your girlfriends, sisters and even your mom to the celebration too! You’ll earn an extra entry point for each person who signs up through your link, so don’t forget to use the personal share link we send in your verification email to tell your friends about our #1stbirthday and their chance to win some fab #WWWswag. Also, remember to check your progress to see how many points you’ve collected.
It’s a funny Sherlock Holmes holiday murder mystery play (yes, you heard that right, it’s a murder mystery AND it’s funny AND it has Sherlock Holmes AND it’s snowing outside (and Jacque gives a Christmas present to someone on stage, so that counts as a “holiday play”)!) Buy your tickets NOW here!
November 20 – December 20, 2015
Friday, Saturday 8:00 PM
WEST VALLEY PLAY HOUSE
7242 Owensmouth Ave.
Canoga Park, CA 91303
The Leading for Change Fellowship presents:
Leading with Hope and Conviction, Leading on Empty:
The Power of a Leader’s Support Networks
October 21, 2015, 6pm-9pm
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Our host, Beth Gonzales, put on an event that brought emerging Philadelphia leaders together to talk about leadership on October 21, 2015 at Drexel University. Guest speakers were Philadelphia Mayor, Michael Nutter and CEO of Philadelphia Academies, Lisa Nutter.
Beth is the Director, Public Service Leadership Development at Drexel University. Find out more about Leading for Change Fellowship Program in Philadelphia, PA.
Words, Wine and Women have been given the Laurel for official selection in the International Online Web Fest of 2015!
The categories that Words, Wine and Women are entitled to participate in are:
- Best WebSeries
- Best Directing;
- Best Screenplay;
- Best Leading Male Role;
- Best Leading Female Role;
- Best Cinematography;
- Best Editing;
- Best Special and Visual Effects;
- Best Original Soundtrack;
- Best Sound Design;
- Best Art Directing;
As more details emerge with the #IOWF2015, we will continue to update you on this exciting news!
This article originally appeared on tv.com on June 11, 2015.
Can we talk?
If you answered ‘yes’ to this question then you’re gonna love the new online talk show Words, Wine and Women.
The show comes from host and creator Tara Johnson, who recently appeared as a host on the ‘after-show’ online network AfterBuzz TV and co-host on Black Hollywood Live’s “Phenomenal Women.” Now, she’s gathered 5 diverse women to chat about edgy issues affecting today’s real woman.
I recently had a chance to interview Tara Johnson to find out what happens when Words, Wine and Women all come together.
Q: Tell us about your new show Words, Wine and Women?
TARA: Words, Wine and Women is an real look inside the raw honest fun that happens when women get together over a delicious glass of wine (or two) to discuss life, love, careers, parenting, dating, politics and everything else in between. Words, Wine and Women strives to create a community that celebrates the mystery, beauty and joy of being a woman.
Q: What’s different about your new talk show?
TARA: Several things make us different. The first thing is the women. Each of these women bring something completely different to the table – different life experiences, life views, career paths but I think each of us connect with our target audience. Plus, we’re just regular women figuring it out.
Our topics are different. Not that we don’t love pop culture. Who doesn’t love Beyoncé’s latest anything or Kim and Kanye’s latest escapade but we all know that those are not the only things real women discuss. We look for those topics that are not mainstream like medicinal marijuana for children. We question things in the hopes that you might look at some things differently like is technology helping or destroying present day relationships and parenting?
Lastly, the wine! Drinking wine isn’t different but I would also describe Words, Wine and Women as an infotainment program. Just like we offer our audience tips on online dating, we also want to bring in sommeliers who can educate our viewers on wine. I mean if you are going to drink it, let’s learn something too.
Q: Where do you find the topics for each episode?
The greatest thing about the topics we discuss is that we get them from everyday life. Anything can spark a discussion – a question, an article or a simple conversation. My co-hosts are so creative that the topics are endless.
Q: Were you shocked by anything you’ve learned on the show?
TARA: Yes, I didn’t know women could squirt! If you are not sure what that is or what that means, keep watching.
Q: What made you want to create a new talk show series from scratch?
TARA: I just thought there was a missing piece to how women are portrayed in the media today. So many of the depictions don’t look anything like me, my family or the women in my life. I wanted to create something that resembled how I interact and feel about other women and how the women in my life have supported, challenged and encouraged me. We don’t always agree but I’m definitely better for having those relationships and conversations.
Q: Tell us the biggest lesson you’ve learned from the project?
TARA: Starting anything from scratch definitely isn’t easy but it is worth every lesson, delay and trial. I’m simply a better person because of this project. I hope that translates into me being a better producer and a better co-host for Words, Wine and Women and each one of our viewers.
Watch Words, Wine and Women the series at: www.WordsWineWomen.com
This article originally appeared on examiner.com on May 20, 2015.
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