58th PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURAL THEME SONG TO
DEBUT AT THE DEPLORABLES INAUGURAL BALL
‘MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN’
by SAINTS OF HAVANA
(Deplorables Inaugural Ball™)
For more information, contact Evelio Medina at 786-728-0008.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Washington, DC; Jan. 17, 2017) If you didn’t get tickets to the presidential Inaugural Ball, here’s another opportunity – one to celebrate with the “deplorables” that got Donald Trump elected.
“We will be debuting a song we wrote for our performance during the Presidential Inauguration Celebrations that will take place in Washington DC. We recorded it last night. It is a song that speaks to the Resilience of the American spirit and tradition of Perseverance and Hard Work which combined with Divine Providence has enabled the veritable fountain of Dreams that is America. It is a great and awesome responsibility for all of us to do our utmost to carry on this Gift of Constitutional Governance and endeavor to make this blessed Nation ever Greater. We are beyond Grateful for this Opportunity to be a part of this traditional passing of the torch of Freedom, Democracy and Representative Government,” said Rey Montecristo, leader of Saints of Havana band.
A teaser of “Making America Great Again” is available here:
“This musical tune and its lyrics go deep into what our new America represents, that of pride for our beautiful United States of America. Now the work begins to Make America Great Again,” said Carlos Reyes, Co-Chairman of The Deplorables Inaugural Ball Committee
Ronald Reagan Building the safest venue to celebrate an inauguration ball
A new inventory of 2,000 tickets to one more historic event to usher in the 45th president of the United States came on the market this week when the Deplorables Inaugural Ball™ was announced Tuesday. The event will be the launch for the Deplorables Nation™ movement and take place at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 19.
Deplorables Nation™ is the counter cry to Occupy Democrats and Move On.
The non-profit is the brainchild of Evelio Medina, president of the Miami Brickell Chamber of Commerce and chairman of the Deplorables Inaugural Ball™. A longtime event organizer and lifetime Republican, the Cuban American immigrant – like many Trump supporters – embraced the term used to describe half of them. Medina founded Deplorables Nation™ as an extension of the grassroots campaign that got Trump elected by “deplorables” discontent with the federal government.
“It’s not an idea, it’s a movement,” Medina said. “There’s a big group of people who didn’t have a tent. Now they do.”
Medina’s research shows 73 million people used the word “deplorables” in a positive way in the last three months. But he had an instinct about it immediately. As soon as Clinton said the word, Medina realized its political, commercial and motivational power. He trademarked the term and secured multiple websites, including www.deplorablesnation.com, which launched this week to advance sales of the first ever Deplorables Inaugural Ball on the eve of Trump’s first day in office.
At the Ronald Reagan Building, the Deplorables Inaugural Ball™ — which will be the best of the unofficial balls — features amazing musical talent such Saints of Havana, Lucy Grau, and more to come. Plus scrumptious food and a four-hour open bar.
“We’re hoping he will go. He might,” Medina said, referring to the future POTUS. “He owes his election to the deplorables.”
“Donald Trump’s victory has left many stunned. But not us. Not the Deplorables Nation™,” Medina said. “We are asking the Deplorables across the country to come together in our nation’s capital to celebrate this historical moment in our nation’s history.”
Even those who can’t go to Washington, D.C. for the event can participate in the historic moment, Medina said.
“Our team has created a generous package of commemorative souvenirs, to mark this historic victory so that everybody can feel like they are contributing to this once-in-a-lifetime celebration,” Medina explained. “We are also reaching out to a select group of individuals, associations and corporate partners interested in underwriting and sponsoring this event.”
Funds raised by the $500 tickets ($1,000 for VIP seats) – and from the online sale of commemorative souvenirs — will go to the non-profit to continue to push Trump’s agenda, Medina said. “And if he gets scattered or distracted, we are here to remind him.
“Because our agenda is his agenda – America first.”
About Evelio Medina
A Miami-based Cuban-American and life-long Republican, Evelio Medina is a consummate entrepreneur, with vast experience in operating within the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. He can be described in one word as “passionate”. At an early age, Evelio became a public servant (City of Hialeah Councilman), a small business owner and relentless relationship builder. For the past seven years, Evelio is founder, president and CEO for the Downtown Miami & Brickell Chamber of Commerce, which serves as a platform to empower, represent and create economic development opportunities for its members and the community as a whole. Evelio’s experience has taken him to the White House and to serving the less fortunate at Camillus House (a homeless shelter), affording him the ability to have the common touch, that of understanding and being able to interact with his fellow men and women in effective and efficient manner. His guiding principle is that it is in giving that we receive. Evelio Medina’s knowledge and education base comes from his studying business, marketing, accounting, and real estate on a local, national, and international dimension. All these attributes uniquely qualify him to prosper and thrive in the world we live today. Evelio’s God given talents to interact and understand people and what motivates them, fits perfectly in implementing successful strategies to accomplish the goal of bringing the project he is working on to a national and international stage. His passion to serve his community and his country is his driving force.
About Saints of Havana
Saints of Havana is currently Nashville’s top drawing all original unsigned Country/Rock act. It is a musical collaboration between Cuban musician brothers Rey and Cesar Montecristo and their All American front-man, Aaron Shea. After selling out many shows in a row at all of Nashville’s top Club-Circuit venues, including the unheard of feat of playing all original shows at venues on lower Broadway, with their self-produced music and over the top live show, the group piqued the interest of legendary management company The Erv. Woolsey Co.(George Strait), who have signed on to further the band’s career. Their live show is reminiscent of the great 70’s bands, the band displays amazing musical skills and memorable songwriting along with unequaled stage presence. Their music remains true to the Country genre while flawlessly weaving in flavors of flamenco, rock and pop to create a beautiful and alluringly unique sound. Their crossover potential is unequaled in the Country market and their appeal, Universal. Combined with all this is their known propensity for hard work, attention to detail and their love for the fan. They make themselves available to their followers and are very known in Nashville for their friendly demeanors and fun crowd-inclusive shows. They are currently working on their 2nd Studio Album and frequently write material with top Songwriters in the industry. Look for them to be a break-out artist in the coming years.
About Lucy Grau
Lucy Grau, a charismatic and talented singer from Miami, with all the elements of a marquee vocalist, has delivered breathtaking performances, domestically and internationally with her powerhouse voice. She effortlessly masters both, the English and Spanish language while staying true to her Latin rhythmic roots as she proves in her hits “Last Dance” and “On The Radio” (Salsa Version), the Donna Summer classics she chose as a rendition to the late singer and one of Lucy’s all-time favorite idols. Lucy has found her niche amongst the other feminine talents in the tropical music genre by introducing the era of the Disco Divas to today’s Salsa Sensation, sharing her talents internationally at Salsa Festivals, Congresses and sharing the stage with many talented artists and musicians such as La India, Roberto Torres, Carlos Oliva Y Los Sobrinos Del Juez, Andy Garcia, Tito Nieves, Rey Ruiz, Eddie Santiago, Willy Chirino, Albita, Johnny Ventura, Rolando Laserrie, Miles Peña, and Jose Alberto “El Canario”, among many more. Currently she is working on a full album in tribute to the disco era.
About the Ronald Reagan Building
The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, named after former United States President Ronald Reagan, is the first federal building in Washington, D.C. designed for both governmental and private sector purposes. Each of the organizations located in the Pennsylvania Avenue building are dedicated to international trade and globalization. Organizations headquartered in this building include the U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. The first private sector lease was signed with investment banking firm Quarterdeck Investment Partners, Inc. The building hosts conferences, trade shows, cultural events, and outdoor concerts. Post-9/11, security requirements for high-profile federal buildings have limited the amount of public/private access anticipated by the center’s designers.
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