carib press*Los Angeles, CA  – Los Angeles based Caribbean-American news magazine, Carib Press, partners with the Saturday, October 19, 2013 “Uplifting Minds II” (ULMII) free one-day entertainment conference.

The Carib Press news magazine will provide the event program. Inclusion or sponsorship of the “Uplifting Minds II” Saturday, October 19th event or its event program is Tuesday, September 30, 2013.

The “Uplifting Minds II” entertainment conference offers an intense entertainment business seminar panel from 1 – 2:30pm and a national talent competition showcase – in vocal, songwriting and dance – from 3 – 5p.m.  Admission if free! Ten acts will compete in two of the three categories for the 2013 “ULMII” Award and a list of prizes donated by its sponsors.

The 14 year old conference started in Baltimore in 1999, by founder syndicated entertainment columnist Eunice Moseley ( and by 2000 it was being held annually in also Houston, Atlanta and Los Angeles – until 2009. In 2010 it became confined annually to Baltimore (April) and Los Angeles (June and October). In 2014 the Baltimore April conference will be held at Security Square Mall Saturday, April 19, 2014 and this years’ last Los Angeles date will be held at the Celebrity Centre in Hollywood, CA Saturday, October 19, 2013.

Carib Press is published for Caribbean-Americans in the Los Angeles area by Jamaican born Lyndon A. Johnson in 1999. Johnson has a background in graphic design and developed a desire to provide a medium that caters to the Caribbean-American readers in the Los Angeles area. Carib Press provides information that demographic can relate to in news, sports, politics, economy, law, immigration, travel, newsmakers, entertainment and celebrities. It also offers political commentary, interviews and a classified section. Even though Caribbean-Americans are the focus it also seeks to provide content for the general public.

Aside from the Oct. 19th media partner Carib Press, media sponsors include and Other sponsors include who is providing free studio recording time, free music track and free radio promotions to the talent showcase winners; is providing free entertainment business consult; is providing free public relations/media consult; free vocal coaching for winners will be provided by vocalist/artist manager Nadiyah Kareem (Superstar Entertainment), and free make-up/skincare consult by skincare specialist Jenneane Collins (Baltimore based).

Additional sponsors include Lee Bailey (publisher of who will serve as a judge during the competition, along with international award winning guitarist Vernon Neilly – owner of Boosweet Records ( and the Vernon Neilly Signature Guitar. Program manager and radio personality Lady Charmaine of the “Lady Charmaine Live” show on Praise 98FM will host the national talent competition showcase as a sponsor.

For more information on the “Uplifting Minds II” entertainment conference, the national talent showcase competition, to place ads or sponsor the event or the Carib Press “ULMII” event program call toll free at (866) 938-5220, or direct at 562-424-3836, email [email protected] or log onto


Eunice Moseley
Freelance Associates PR & Promotions
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