The West Louisville Performing Arts Academy (WLPAA) will receive half of the proceeds from every Brighton Collectibles Americana bracelet sold here in Louisville. The bracelet, which retails for $48, is a part of the Brighton Loves America campaign for arts education across the country. The WLPAA will perform at Oxmoor Mall today, June 1, 2012, at 3:00pm and 7:00 pm to trumpet the first day of sales for the bracelet.
“The West Louisville Performing Arts Academy is a powerful organization dedicated to helping underprivileged youth in this community,” said Sam Corbett, Fund for the Arts Campaign Director. “We have an amazing opportunity to support a group that radiates the American dream.”
The patriotic themed bracelet will be on sale from June 1, 2012 – July 31, 2012 and is only available at Brighton Collectibles in Oxmoor Mall.
About West Louisville Performing Arts Academy
The West Louisville Performing Arts Academy (formerly the West Louisville Boys Choir and West Louisville Girls Choir) is a registered 501(c) (3) non-profit organization whose mission is to create artistic opportunities for underprivileged youth ages 8-19 and to assist in the development of academic proficiency and sound life skills that are necessary to enable these youths to become assets to our society. Participants meet up to four nights per week for rehearsals, tutoring sessions, and leadership training, among other activities.