Home Of Interest Dwight Eubanks "Legends of Fashion," Turned Out to be a Huge Success

Dwight Eubanks "Legends of Fashion," Turned Out to be a Huge Success

Dwight Eubanks , GA, February 11, 2013 –(PR.com)– On February 9th 2013 guru and reality celebrity Dwight Eubanks, produced an award winning show called, “The Legends of ,” in support of a worthy cause.

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., MECCA Chapter (NCBW-MECCA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to empowering African American women and girls in metro Atlanta through a variety of advocacy programs in the areas of education, health, economic development and public policy. We are an extraordinary group of women who come together to advocate, educate and reach future generations with meaningful initiatives that make a difference in the communities we serve.

Since 1993, the MECCA Chapter of The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., has made an impact on the lives African American women and girls in metro Atlanta with advocacy programs for health, economic development, public policy, financial and education. For almost 20 years, we have committed our time and our talents to promote change in the greatest areas of need in our community. Each of us offers extraordinary experiences, connections and gifts. Whether you are a thinker, organizer or a potential sponsor, your support can be instrumental to our chapter’s . By joining together, we can achieve an uncommonly high performance that makes a difference.

Thanks to so many supportive members and volunteers the Legends of Fashion production, produced by Dwight Eubanks was a great success. There was standing room only in the house, not an empty seat to be found. Designers and models flew in from , Africa, and New York as they too came to honor and celebrate this historical moment in fashion with their loved one and peer, Dwight Eubanks.

Dwight Eubanks is preparing to take “Legends of Fashion,” on the road, in the coming months we should hear more about the tour and dates. Congrats! To those who participated in the production “Legends of Fashion,” and also hats off to those who received honorary awards from the City of Atlanta.

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