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NEW YORK, NY- August 8, 2013- Decadence that supports a good cause?  Social Exposure and Millennium Magazine’s Chocolate Charity Spa Party ensured guests pampered themselves with an evening of luxury and relaxation while also protecting international wild life and endangered species.  The exclusive event was hosted at YeloSpa, which is nestled atop the bustle of Madison Avenue.

Guests nibbled on delectable appetizers and chocolate tastings by Becky’s Bites while mingling and sipping on refreshing summer cocktails from sponsors AnestasiA Vodka, Brooklyn Gin, Cidella Liquor, and Magnifco Giornata.  YeloSpa featured spa treatments and chocolate massages and New York Betty gave the ladies glamorous makeovers.  Other sponsors included Sense + Spirit and I Drink Love.

Proceeds from the event benefited The International Fund for Animal Welfare, whose mission is to rescue individual animals, protect entire populations, and preserve precious habitats.  Social Exposure and Millennium Magazine fused indulgence with philanthropy and showed guests that summer is certainly not over quite yet.

About Social Exposure
Healers of the mundane, destroyers of boredom, kings of edgy, we are anything BUT ordinary.

Social Exposure events have been featured in vaunted magazine outlets such as Time Out New York, New York Times, New York Magazine, Village Voice Magazine, Urban Daddy, The New York Observer and Black Book Magazine because of our boundary pushing concepts and limitless ideas. Social Exposure aims to be the “Cirque Du Soleil” of the events and PR world, creating an underground culture while exposing the best talents, products, people and places that New York (and soon the world), has to offer.

Social Exposure is also a social media PR powerhouse providing clients and brands with strategic and unique marketing campaigns and solutions using all of the best social media tools out there.

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International Fund for Animal Welfare
Founded in 1969, the International Fund for Animal Welfare saves individual animals, animal populations and habitats all over the world. With projects in more than 40 countries, IFAW provides hands-on assistance to animals in need, whether it's dogs and cats, wildlife and livestock, or rescuing animals in the wake of disasters. We also advocate saving populations from cruelty and depletion, such as our campaign to end commercial whaling and seal hunts.

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