Friday, August 13, 2010

Friday The 13th Fun: Moroccanoil Celebrity Retreat at the Teen Choice Awards

Moroccanoil hosted an awesome celebrity retreat that was not only stylish, but also served as an amazing giving opportunity…

Moroccanoil® Hosts Celebrity Retreat (By Backstage Creations)
For Backstage Gifting, And Giving At TEEN CHOICE 2010 On FOX

Moroccanoil®, the leader in luxury professional argan oil-infused styling, finishing and conditioning products for hair, presented the official Moroccanoil Celebrity Retreat by Backstage Creations at TEEN CHOICE 2010 this year. The Backstage Retreat also served as a giving opportunity for celebrities. Moroccanoil will donate $10,000.00 among World Wildlife Fund (, Los Angeles-based Much Love Animal Rescue (, and Farm Sanctuary ( with celebrities attending the event choosing how the donation will be allocated, according to the number of votes each charity receives.

Held backstage at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, the location where TEEN CHOICE 2010 will be broadcast, the Retreat hosted some of Young Hollywood’s leading names who visited after rehearsals and before the show started. Stars visiting the Celebrity Giving and Gifting Retreat were able to activate a donation and receive a special Moroccanoil Sports Bag including: original Moroccanoil Treatment, Moroccanoil Moisture Repair Shampoo, Moroccanoil Moisture Repair Conditioner, Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream, Moroccanoil Intense Hydrating Mask, a set of Moroccanoil Ionic Ceramic Hair Brushes and a specially designed Moroccanoil spa robe.

Moroccanoil® is sold exclusively in fine salons and spas.

World Wildlife Fund is the world’s leading conservation organization, working to protect endangered species and their habitats.

Farm Sanctuary works to end cruelty to farm animals and promotes compassionate living through rescue, education and advocacy.

Much Love Animal Rescue is dedicated to reducing overpopulation, abuse and neglect of domestic animals. They provide adoption and fostering information as well as profiles of animals in need of homes.

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