Photographer Steve Starr Honored Among Chicago's Divos on Tuesday, February 8th

Divo_Steve Starr Black Jacket portrait by Wright

Second City Style Contributing Photographer Steve Starr will be honored this Tuesday along with other Divos!

InfoMaven presents The Divo Series

Honoring and bringing together successful men for networking and more!

Tuesday, February 8, 2011 | 6-9 PM

House of Blues Foundation Room | 329 North Dearborn

Divo: {dee-voh}, celebrita: A Divo is an Italian word used to describe male superstars!
The Divo Series honors influential men in Media, Marketing, Sports, Fashion, Fitness, Music, TV and much more! Maybe you know, or want to get to know one of these men.

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Anderson Bell

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Benjamin Cottrell

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Jason Laws

DIVOS
Steve Starr – Owner of Steve Starr Studios
Anderson Bell – CEO and Founder of FanFueled Tickets
Brian Burt – Founder/CEO – WebRev Marketing, President – Rock Star Auto Glass. Senior VP – The Burt Collection
Jeff Pieta – CEO of AIS, Inc. and Chicago Magazine Single 2009
Tyler Curtis – Creative Partner at Darkroom Demons
Lenox Magee – Editor-in-Chief of 360 Magazine, Blogger of “Lenox and the Second City” on ChicagoNow.com (owned by the Chicago Tribune Media Group), RedEye Freelance Writer
Ryan Beshel – Director of Runway at Agency Galatea and Blogger for “The Bowtie Memoirs”
Benjamin Cottrell – Design Principal/Owner of Benjamin Cottrell Designs
Scott Newman – Owner/Broker at Newman Realty
Corey Sanford – Owner at Music Masters Entertainment
Rex Archambault – President of Windy City Marketing, Inc, Motiv8 and 3oclockclub.com
Mark Biery – Founder and Director at LTS Chicago (Live to Support Chicago)
Drew Dallas Dearoff – District Manager at Goorin Bros.
Nick Hansen – Owner of Nicholas Joseph Custom Suits
Jason Laws – Founder of Mister Laws – Creative Director, Commercial Choreographer and Movement Coach
Travis Maciel – Director of Foundation Room at House of Blues

Please RSVP to [email protected]

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