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Vegan Queen Presents Heartless Valentine's Cocktail Reception

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Valentine’s Day is just 48 hours away and we’re already cutting out Cupid shaped cards to give to our sweethearts!  But what’s better than construction paper Cupid cards? Answer: cocktails and a killer party to benefit a super cause! 

VeganQueen — a groovy company featuring cruelty free, eco-friendly couture handbags — is holding a Heartless Valentine’s Cocktail Reception to benefit The International Fund for Animal Welfare’s Tails for Whales project. 

Founded in 1969, IFAW works around the globe to protect animals and habitats promoting practical solutions for animals and people. 

The Tales for Whales Project gathers photos of New York City’s young and influential fashionistas with hands posed in the shape of a whale tail, aimed at bringing attention to the threats facing whales around the world including climate change, whaling, entanglement and other causes. 

Attendees of the event will enjoy complimentary X Rated Fusion Fruit Infused Liquor, delicious Valentine’s cookies and have the chance to win some great raffle prizes. And all of this at Greenhouse — New York City’s first eco-friendly, L.E.E.D. certified nightlife destination. Sounds kind of amazing, right? 

The party will take place on Saturday, February 14th (duh) from 9:oo p.m to 11:00 p.m here in NYC. To learn more, visit VeganQueen.com!

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