March is Women's History Month! Boulevard Entertainment Would Like To Salute Eco Roberts, Musician, Songwriter, & Now Debut Author. With Her Brand New Book Release Titled: "In Hopes of Perfecting Young Black Love, 22 Ways To Please Your Man. For More Information Go To WWW.ECOTHEAUTHOR.COM

AGMA Logo, Marketing Company, Event Planning Company in Clinton, MD

Specializing In: 

Mass Marketing     Company Branding     Corporate Affairs     Travel Excursions     Commercial Voice Overs

 

Barrington Bo Scott - CEO

 
Barrington "Bo" Scott- CEO 

 

Grammy, Event Planning Company Grammy, Event Planning Company in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area
 A Member Since 2001

Grammy, Event Planning Company Grammy,  in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area
infro@africagospelawards.com
 
 
       

Boulevard Entertainment, LLC is a marketing, special events, travel and consultant agency in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area. 

The firm is a complete entertainment corporation dedicated to assist our clients from inception to completion. We have a professional group of highly skilled musicians, songwriters, DJ’s, event planners, and marketing specialists ready to meet your desired needs.

Boulevard Entertainment, LLC is very committed to delivering our services with competence, responsiveness, and total customer professionalism.

Our staff believes in staying on the cutting edge of the industry and technology. We believe that one must be daring, different, and innovative. One must make opportunities rather than trying to find them.

Boulevard Entertainment, LLC staff has numerous years of experience and has worked with some of the nation’s most noted performers. In addition, we have grown to be the area leader in planning festivals, talent showcase, record release parties, winter get-a-ways, wedding receptions, and exclusive corporate affairs. 
 
We customize our service to meet our clients expected outcomes. Close attention to detail and deadlines is provided so that total customer satisfaction is obtained. 

 


   
              

Music is the Most Powerful Source of Communication

 
CBCF 44th Annual Legislative Conference

 

 

 

CBCF 44th Annual Legislative Conference
Two Outstanding African American Achievers were Honored at the
“PHOENIX AWARDS DINNER”

Wade Henderson is president of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and counsel to the Leadership Conference Education Fund. The Leadership Conference is a civil and human rights coalition, charged by its diverse membership of more than 200 national organizations to promote and protect the civil and human rights of all persons in the United States. Henderson is well known for his expertise on a wide range of civil rights, civil liberties, and human rights issues, and is the author of numerous articles on civil rights and public policy issues. Since taking the helm of the Leadership Conference in June 1996, Henderson has worked to address emerging policy issues of concern to the civil and human rights community and to strengthen the effectiveness of the coalition. Under his stewardship, the Leadership Conference has become one of the nation's most effective advocate for civil and human rights. Henderson is also the Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., Professor of Public Interest Law at the David A. Clarke School of Law, University of the District of Columbia.

Wade Henderson

Cathy Hughes
is chairman of Radio One, Inc. the largest African-American-owned broadcasting company in the U.S. Ms. Hughes which owns and operates 69 radio stations in 22 American cities has its major listening audience from the African American urban market. Radio One also owns a 51% interest in TV One, a cable and satellite TV network begun in early 2004 in partnership with Comcast and a handful of investors (including DirecTV, which added the network to its lineup and became a minority shareholder in January 2005). It also acquired BlackPlanet, the African American social networking site as part of Community Connect in 2008. As with other large radio broadcasting companies, Radio One has a strategy of acquiring stations in a given market and making sudden format changes they believe will be profitable. Radio One tends to favor urban-based formats targeting African American listeners, and makes format changes to target their demographic.

Cathy Hughes

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Kids Say Dont Shoot

BET Honors 2014

 

Boulevard Entertainment, LLC
Remembers the Peoples Champion
Marion S. Barry, Jr.
DC Mayor for Life! 
March 6, 1936 - November 23, 2014 

 

 


 

 


 

 


 

 


 


      Boulevard Entertainment, LLC salutes David Foster
16-Time Grammy Award Winner on his induction into the Hollywood Walk of Fame!


 

International Fashion 2015

 

Flanagan - Models, Boulevard Entertainment  LLC Models, Boulevard Entertainment  LLC

Everett Hall - Models, Boulevard Entertainment  LLC

 




BE–TOP Twenty-One

African American Fashion Designers


Arthur McGee Kenneth Flanagan Everett Hall
Sean Combs Caily Cushnie Russell Simmons
Stephen Burrows Daper Dan Edwin Hall
Willie Smith Martine Rose Ozwald Boeteng
Armando Cabral    Edward Wilkerson Joe Casly-Hayford 
B. Michael Marc Hare Bishme Cromartie
Kimberly Goldson Tracy Reese Mame FAgueye



EVERETT HALLWhere Elegance Never Goes Unnoticed!

 

BEfore even entering high school in Springfield Ohio, Everett Hall had designed and constructed more than 300 garments. At Howard University in Washington DC, he became president of the school's Fashion and Textile Association and was a finalist for the Cutty Sark Award, which recognizes the nation's best student designer. Everett Hall credits his father for his clothing passion and it seems that other members of his family were also affected with this same way of life.  Brothers Edwin and Eric also have worked the EH brand over the years and remembers their dad teaching them to be picky and selective.  Everett Hall has found his direction in men’s fashion but often talks about his beginnings when the company designed a women’s line of clothing carried by Sacks-Jandell Boutique in Chevy Chase MD.


When he launched his own fashion company in 1982 in Silver Spring MD, Hall started out small, but his well-tailored suits-made of the finest materials, such as Biella Italian wool—quickly garnered him accolades.   After teaming up with quality manufacturer Lubian 1911, he began to expand beyond his internationally distributed Made in Italy white label, opening his own Everett Hall Designs black-label boutiques in the Washington, D.C. area, the first in 1994, another in 1999.  The Everett Hall Boutique is now located on the stretch of Wisconsin Avenue that DC socialites call Rodeo Drive were the ambience inspires confidence. This section of town has become an epicenter of luxury, fashion & lifestyle.  


EH-is worn by: Stephen Baldwin-Actor, Antonio Sabato-Actor, Jr., Paul Sorvino-Actor, Nelson Mandela- Late President of South Africa, Sugar Ray Leonard-5 Boxing World Championship Titles, Patrick Ewing-NBA, Maury Povich-Talk-show Host, James Brown-Sportscaster, Donnie Simpson-Radio Personality, Rick Mahorn-NBA, John Sally-NBA, Charles Barkley-NBA Star & TV Analyst, Charles Mann-NFL Pro-Bowler, Art Mock-NFL Hall of Fame, and many others who continue to be selective in their fashion apparel…