Lovaganza: The Traveling Convoy

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Lovaganza is going to revolutionize cinema, and entertainment–at least that’s the promise. Principal photography and screen tests have been completed for three films of a planned nine-film trilogy. Substantial backing must be behind Lovaganza, and that makes sense when one considers one of the most prominent articles concerning them comes from Yahoo Finance.

To understand why Lovaganza has so much involved in it, one must first understand what Lovaganza is. In a nutshell, it’s a global revitalization of the World’s Fair, but with modern highlights. Highlights which include 3-D, but no need for glasses. It’s a new technological advance so game-changing, Lovaganza suspended release. Initially, this event was set to take place in 2015, but due to the breakthroughs, it has been pushed back to 2020.

Before 2020, the engineers of the Lovaganza machine are intending to vamp up interest by doing a traveling “convoy” show in 2017. As it turns out, a “convoy” features on kfmbfm.com prominently in at least three of the motion pictures that will be part of the nine-film saga of Lovaganza. Between now and 2020, three major releases of feature films will take place. At the traveling event, and at the main event in 2020, the new 3-D technology will be featured. But the main event will be so much more than 3-D.

Lovaganza’s saga of films are meant to embrace cultural eccentricities from across the world. They are meant to embrace the peoples of the world in all their shapes and sizes. Likewise, their technological advances at the main event will be designed to emphasize and encourage this cultural unity. It really is going to be a huge event; it’s set to take place for four months in eight strategic locations around the globe. Locations will be included in America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania, and The Middle East.

Just what exactly the core of Lovaganza is has yet to be revealed, though the buzz is getting louder. In just four months, 2017 will be upon the world, and Lovaganza that much closer to being unveiled. It will be interesting to see what this traveling show is like, and even more interesting to see the main event. If the indications of available news media are correct, then what happens at the traveling show and main event for Lovaganza will be something beyond anything moviegoers have ever seen; something designed to be more than just viewing a film.

Learn more about Lovaganza: http://www.kctv5.com/story/32601314/lovaganza-officially-announces-dates-for-its-highly-anticipated-global-celebration

Sanjay Shah – Owner and Founder of Autism Rocks Charity

A fun-filled festival event is scheduled to take place in Dubai to help raise awareness for autism. The event is based around an organization called Autism Rocks. The charity was founded in 2014 by Sanjay Shah Denmark and his wife Usha. They started the organization in efforts to raise money for Autism awareness and research. Their youngest son was diagnosed in 2011 when he was two years old and they wanted to have the option to be able to help in some way. They came up with a charity event that involves concert performances by famous musicians to help raise money. They’ve had the pleasure to work with artists such as Michael Buble, Prince and Snoop Dogg. Their goal is to help others better understand the condition and help them get the necessary help needed to achieve everyday tasks. Autism is a neurological condition that affects many people. It is becoming more widely known as research is being developed and people, like Sanjay and his wife, are making efforts to help with the condition.

Prior to starting Autism Rocks, Sanjay Shah was an accountant and entrepreneur. He worked in the accounting and financial banking industry for many years before he decided to open his own investment business which he names Solo Capital. The office is headquartered in London but there are over thirty nine offices surrounding the area along with the Dubai area. He had over 1000 employees before he decided to semi-retire. He initially moved to London from Kenya to pursue a field in medicine. He attended King’s College where he studied pre-med and soon discovered it wasn’t something he wanted to do anymore. He started studying accounting and eventually started his own companies. Solo Capital was by far one of his most successful companies. Shah quit his accounting job to start the investment firm and decided to give it a year of hard work and dedication. Within five short years the company had reached the millions and Shah was able to sit back and relax a bit while he pursued Autism Rocks. Autism Rocks has kept him busy for awhile now and he’s been dedicated to raising funds to help in any way he can.


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