Street Moda Productions Presents: A look into the eyes of Down Syndrome (no ads)





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Published on May 24, 2012

Street Moda was awarded 2012 Down Syndrome Of Louisville Employer of the Year Award.

This video is dedicated to the those across the world affected by Down Syndrome and their efforts to succeed in society.

On Thursday, March 29th, DSL (Down Syndrome of Louisville) was in party mode. Streetmoda.com sponsored the members of Down Syndrome of Louisville with a mixer. "Part of Street Moda's mission is to provide ways for adults with Down syndrome to experience life to the fullest," says Kubancik, President of Street Moda

Down Syndrome of Louisville's very own Kevin Sission aka Special K shared the stage with Nick Vibes of Diamond Group Entertainment and 2009/10 KFC's Pride 360 Hit maker, Renzo Charlez. They performed and rapped positive lyrics to the young adult members of DSL.

DJ Ryan Cox kept the guest and members on the dance floor all night. "Ain't NO Party like a DSL party, cuz a DSL Party don't stop," was the theme. That theme was defiantly taking to heart, because none of the guest wanted to leave at the end of the night.

Red Carpet Events, coordinated the night's festivities, which included limbo, dance contest and rap battles. There was so much fun and love at this party. A full taco bar was catered by Coulter, Coulter productions, give-a-ways from Streetmoda.com, Volatile Footwear, Xtreme Couture and Affliction.

"The generosity of Matt and the Street Moda employees never ceases to amaze me," says Michelle Bourke Employment Specialist with Down Syndrome of Louisville. "This dance benefited our organization, but more importantly it provides a marvelous opportunity for our adults to dance, be with friends, and have fun! Street Moda has truly embraced the concepts of inclusion, independence, education, and socialization for individuals with Down syndrome, and it shows in their continued support in a variety of programs and events."

The event is was open to the public. Donations were accepted at the door, over $250 was collected which will benefit the growth for Down Syndrome of Louisville. Every guest that attended this event walked away with a smile and a brighter take on life.


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