Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 29, 2009
The entertainment industry is not the only group walking down the red carpet and celebrating their own this Hollywood Awards’ season. This Friday, specialist organizers along with celebrity presenters will convene in Los Angeles to celebrate the “organizing of America” at the Los Angeles Organizing Awards (http://www.organizingawards.com).
The Fourth Annual Los Angeles Organizing Awards announces the list of celebrity presenters for the January 30th gala, to be held at the Luxe Hotel Sunset Boulevard in Bel Air, California. Scheduled to appear contain actor Christopher Knight, “The Brady Bunch,” VH1′s “My Fair Brady” Sam Saboura, “Extreme Makeover” Gia Russo and Jodie Watson, “Genuine Basic. Genuine Life.” Dorothy Breininger, “Dr. Phil” Linda Koopersmith, “Clean House” Monica Ricci, “MISSION: Organization,” amongst others.
Stand-up comedian Hal Sparks, former host of “Talk Soup” on E! Entertainment Tv and star of the acclaimed Showtime series “Queer As Folk,” will host the event. Sparks has utilized the services of a specialist organizer and will share his experiences in his humorous way. The event is produced and presented by the Los Angeles chapter of the National Association of Expert Organizers and Office Depot (http://www.officedepot.com).
The Organizing Awards honor the very best in the organizing market, including professional organizers who set the regular for residence and company productivity, and the items and services that help buyers and businesses organize almost everything from info to time management and control habits that lead to clutter and chaos. The public is invited to attend. Individual tickets to the Awards are available to the general public and can be bought on-line at http://www.organizingawards.com.
A lot more than 1,500 people across the United States voted in 20 categories more than a three month period October 31 through December 31, 2008. The best three finalists are invited to attend the ceremony with recipients announced onstage by “celebrity” presenters. The red carpet gala event is a celebration and the culmination of national “Get Organized Month,” which is every January. A list of finalists and web links are offered online at http://www.organizingawards.com.