Heal the Bay non-profit environmental group leads effort, with after party to follow
This Saturday, February 18, a thousand volunteers of all ages in the Los Angeles community will mobilize to partake in the cleanup of Venice Beach organized by Gran Centenario Tequila’s Angels On Earth program. In support of Heal the Bay in an effort to protect their coastline and revitalize their urban waterways, real life “angels” will meet up at Venice Beach Pier to work together to rid Venice Beach of trash and other pollutants.
Following the event, those who are 21 and over will be honored at Cabo Cantina with an “after party” cocktail event featuring Gran Centenario specialty cocktails and bites.
Gran Centenario’s Angels on Earth Program 2017 kicked off on December 14, 2016 with a grand event hosted by notable actor Edgar Ramirez. to support the cleanup of LA bays and beaches in conjunction with Heal The Bay — a nonprofit environmental group working to restore Venice Beach. Over the years, Gran Centenario and the “Angels on Earth” program have partnered with organizations across education, the arts and neighborhood groups to honor real life “Angels” and individuals for their acts of service. Past supporters have included Christina Milian, Ryan Phillippe and Brody Jenner.
The Angels on Earth program is set to travel to other cities throughout 2017 with focuses on the individual cities needs with the help of Gran Centenario Tequila. Interested “Angels” can visit http://grancentenario.com/angels-on-earth/ for additional details of what’s to come in their respective cities.
Representing Mexico’s first centenary independence from Spain, the Gran Centenario Angel of Victory is proudly displayed on each and every bottle and is a perfect symbol for the program. The shared actions of perseverance and commitment provide the opportunity to help those in need in the Los Angeles community while simultaneously honoring the heritage and the respect they all proudly share.