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April 16, 2014
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Expect more bliss at Champagne Wishes!
Chris Dymond and Hulu's Champagne Wishes event is in its fourth year and both men have expressed optimism of continued success when it takes centre stage at Oneil's Place today.

The event, sponsored by Moet and Chandon, has become a must-go annual event for regular partygoers within the industry, and has seen an increased crowd support at each showing.

This year, according to Chris Dymond and Hulu, Teon Christopher Bogle and Kavan Traille, respectively, will be a continuation from what transpired last year, which left many patrons in awe.

promotional team

The occasion was blistering, from start to finish, and was graced with the presence of local music celebrities such as Bounty Killer, Cham and Spice who, along with the event's promotional team, did a makeover for a popular, but rather less-fortunat,e female dancer within the industry Loggo Loggo.

At this year's showing, music will come from the likes of Philadelphia-based DJ Zan Kartel, Coppershot, DJ Flabba Dabba Gary Chunks and Chris Dymond and the Code Red Sound Family.

"Every year, this event keeps getting bigger and better, and we intend to continue on that trend," said Dymond of the event which will cost patrons a mere $1,000.

He also said the team will discuss, after the event, what charity work they will target.

"After last year's event we did a makeover for Loggo Loggo, who is very popular in dancehall. Through efforts from the team, Shanna from Dolled Up Cosmetics, and Spice, we managed to donate $45, 000 to the cause," he said.

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