Dang Chicks Flock together to SERV

Dang Chicks Flock together to SERV

Published by Dang Chicks on 9th May 2013


Red Clay Theatre Show to Benefit SERV International

ATLANTA, GA (March 26, 2013) – Cumming, GA-based women’s apparel company Dang

Chicks joins forces with local female singer/songwriters to present Dang Girls Night Out, an

evening of performances by some of Atlanta’s top female singer/songwriters, representing

different stages in life and ranging in age from 15 to 50+. The event, which takes place May 18

at 6 p.m. at the Red Clay Theatre and Arts Center in Duluth, will feature performances by

“Mama” Jan Smith, Mandy Gawley, Emily Lynch, Paris Luna, Krysta Nick, and Caitlin

Gutierrez. Photography by Karen Nickel Photography. CNN Correspondent Holly Firfer will

serve as the emcee.

Proceeds from the night will benefit SERV International, a Canton-GA based, non-profit

organization. SERV plans to use funds from the event to provide food for some 30 girls at

Pasitos de Jesus, an orphanage based in the Dominican Republic. SERV will also provide food

for the girls to distribute to widows and single moms and their children in surrounding villages.

Tickets are $20 for premium seats, $15 for standard seats.

“I am so thankful for so much and recognize on a daily basis just how much we all take basic

amenities for granted in this country,” said ‘Mama’ Jan Smith. “Being able to do something I love

with other people who love what they do to benefit those who go without is a total honor and

privilege for me….not to mention that I get to do all this at Red Clay Theatre with Eddie Owen.

Isn’t that what we’re supposed to be doing anyway? And there you go!”

Says Gawley, “It’s an honor to be a part of such a special event where we, as women and

artists, can come together and support each other and such a great organization as SERV. As

a mom, nothing means more to me than showing my children that they can make a

differenceand I love that together we can help empower these girls with a tool to help them help

someone else.”

For more information about the event, visit http://www.dangchicks.com/GNO


SERV International is a Canton, GA-based faith-centered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that

engages in global projects, both domestically and internationally, that make life change


SERV International supports villages, orphanages and more around the world. Through its

SERV 1 FEED 1 program, Serv has provided over 7,000,000 life-saving meals worldwide.

Today, serving God by serving others is the driving force behind the work of SERV

International. This is accomplished through large-scale food distribution, providing clean water

and offering refuge to orphan children through various projects and donation opportunities.

To learn more visit www.servone.org


Established in 2009 by Stephanie O’Connor, Dang Chicks is an apparel company that believes

that women everywhere should feel confident, beautiful, worthy of pursuit, and good enough

exactly the way God created them. A Dang Chick is able to “say it all without saying a word”

simply by wearing on the outside what her heart says on the inside.

Dang Chicks clothing is sold throughout the world at over 900 independent retail stores in North

and South America, Australia, Europe, Asia and Africa as well as online

at www.dangchicks.com

The loyal fans of the company are affectionately known as “The Dang Chicks Nation” and

counts among its member celebrities Miranda Lambert and Elizabeth Hasselbeck.



Jan Smith is a Grammy nominated music producer and multi-platinum certified

vocal producer from Atlanta, GA. She is owner of Jan Smith Studios, Inc., a stateof-

the-art vocal coaching and artist development facility offering services

nationwide to artists including Rob Thomas, Usher, Justin Bieber, India.Arie, The Band

Perry, etc. Smith was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2011 with the

Chairman’s Award and is an awarded songwriter and published author.

For more information, visit www.jansmith.com, www.runtheotherway.com,



Mandy Gawley is an Atlanta-based independent singer/songwriter who has built a strong grassroots

following with the independent release of her debut album “Life So Sweet.”

Mandy is the 2012 Georgia Country Female Artist of the Year Finalist and her single, “Let It Go,”

was featured on the gmctv film “Trinity Goodheart.” The video for the song is running on several

networks, including GAC, TCN and gmctv and currently has over 29K views on YouTube.

For more information on Mandy, visit http://www.mandygawley.com/.

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