13th Annual KJLH Women’s Health Forum
FREE ADMISSION APRIL 27, 2013 Doors Open at 7 AM
LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER | WEST HALL PARKING
1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015 | Phone: 213-741-1151 | Parking : $12
Online Registration is now closed, but you are welcome to register at the event, check-in begins at 7am.
Attend the LIVE Broadcast for your chance to win a trip to any of the 48 contiguous states in the U. S., Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean!
ADMISSION IS FREE!
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|7:00a.m. Check- In and Screenings Begin8:00a.m.-10:00a.m. Live Broadcast and Panel Discussion
with Health Professionals. Trips and prize give-aways.10:30 a.m.-11:30a.m.Breakout Session I – 2nd LevelRoom 502AB Wellness Village: 9:30a.m.-3p.m.
Room 503 “Massage Live” Kevin Nash-KJLH
Room 504 Pancreatic Cancer & African Americans Howard Fullman, Medical Director
Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles
Room 505 New Trends In Cosmetic& Implant Dentistry Dr. Carla Thomas, DDS- The Smile Studio
Room 506 “Diabetes”: Not Your Mother’s Sugar
Dr. Deonzan Thymes, MD, American Diabetes Association
Room 507 “Let’s Talk About It” What You Need to Know About Breast Cancer
Dr. Robina Smith: Moderated By Adai Lamar, Susan G. Komen For The Cure
Room 510 “50 Shades of Red”
The Truth About HIV/STD’s And You
Danielle Campbell, MPHC/ Malina Fisher/ Janelle Marie Moderated By Samantha Granberry
Room 512 AARP “What You Need To Know About The Healthcare Law” Edna Kane Williams, VP Multicultural Markets: Alice Benjamin, Clinical Nurse Specialist
Room 513 Attorney Vernon R. Yancy, ESQ.: A Professional Woman’s Remedy to Poor Financial Health And Other Legal Strategies
Room 515A “THE MAN CAVE”
Room 517 MAMMOGRAMS
Room 518 Exercise: CJ’s Functional Fitness
Room 515B HEALTH SCREENINGS
|12:00p.m.-1:00p.m. Breakout Session II – 2nd LevelRoom 501A “DATING 911″
What You Need To Know About Relationships
WELLNESS VILLAGE: 9:30a.m.-3p.m.
Room 504: FIBROMYALGIA/PAIN
Fountain Of Youth: Accelerate Healing With Non Surgical Techniques
Diet To Heal
Dr. Glenna Tolbert, Dr. Nicole Alexander, Beatrice Garcia
Room 505 MENDING THE BROKEN HEART
Protecting Yourself From Heart Disease
Dr. James McPherson
Room 506 “DIABETES” NOT YOUR MOTHER’S SUGAR! Dr. Deonza N.Thymes, MD
Room 507 UNDERSTANDING MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES What You Want To Know But Afraid To Ask
Dr. Lisa Bolden/Dr. Steven Tarver/Dr. Rick Williamson
Room 510 WOMEN’S HEALTH AND THE ACA
How Will The Health Care Law Impact You?
Kira Watson, MPHc
Room 511A PROSTATE EXAMS
Room 512 FOCUS ON YOUR FACE
Understanding Your Skin Type
Dr. Marcia Glenn: Dermatologist
Room 513 EXTENDING YOUR LIFE THROUGH KIDNEY DIALYSIS
Angel Kidney Care
Dr. Zahra Tabassian
Room 515A THE MAN CAVE
Room 517 MAMMOGRAMS
Room 518 EXERCISE
CJ’s Functional Fitness
Room 515B HEALTH SCREENINGS
THE MAN CAVE
A 5,720 sq ft. environment JUST FOR MEN offering a variety of health screenings, plus a panel of speakers to address Men’s Health and overall wellness concerns.
Prostate Screening | STD Testing | HIV/AIDS Testing | BMI screenings | Diabetes | Blood Pressure | Lung Function
PLUS Free hair cuts and a chess tournament hosted by Kevin Nash
Inside “The Man Cave” is your opportunity to roll the dice for a chance to win $25,000 cash!
Man Cave Live Panel Overview:
10:00-11:00am – Living Well Panel
Moderated by Dr. Releford, Panelist William Hobson WHF CEO, Don R. Dennis, Jr., Mandla Kayise, Dr. David MarRns, Eric Nalls (Coach E), Dr Beavers, WHF
11:15-12:15pm – Raw (Real) Sex Pane
Moderated by Tammie Mac & Don Amichi, Panelist Gayle Wyatt, Phd
2-3pm Black Men and HIV
Moderated by Cynthia Davis
I. Contest Parameters:
1. Maximum number of attempts covered by this contract: (200) attempts.
2. Six (6) custom 1” dice will be provided to the client for the designated event. Each die will be labeled with the predetermined winning logo on one (1) of the six (6) sides, the “Winning Side”. The winning sides will have the radio station logo. The five (5) non-winning sides will contain “dots”.
3. Each eligible contestant will have the opportunity to roll the six (6) dice for a chance to roll all radio station logos, facing up.
4. Employees, their immediate family members and members of the same household of the client, sponsor, Advantage Specialty, or any advertising or promotional agencies involved in the contest are not eligible to participate.
5. Nothing may be done to enhance a contestant’s normal chances of winning this contest.
II. Contest Execution Requirements:
1. The client/sponsor appointed contest administrator is responsible for ensuring all contestants are fully aware of all contract terms & conditions and the contest rules. All contest attempts must occur in the presence of the client appointed contest administrator.
2. Each individual contest attempt will occur as follows:
a. Each eligible contestant will be presented with the designated sign-in binder and six (6) 1” dice for their particular contest attempt and directed to the area where to complete the roll.
b. Each eligible contestant must sign-in prior to their contest attempt.
c. Each eligible contestant must be in a standing position, holding the six (6) 1” dice in their hand or a cup, tossing the dice a minimum distance of 3 feet onto a smooth playing surface. During the toss, the dice cannot come in contact with any object or person and at minimum complete two rotations, coming to a complete stop on its side. The dice must lay flat and cannot be leaning against anything.
d. Any die that is stacked or leaning in any fashion will void the roll/toss and the contestant will be allowed a replacement roll/toss of all of the dice.
e. No part of the contestant’s body or clothing may come into contact with the dice after such dice have been rolled/tossed prior to such dice coming to rest.
f. Each toss/roll must be videotaped as evidence in the event of a claim. Such videotape must show:
a. Each contestant as they “sign in” immediately prior to their roll/toss, AND
b. The actual roll/toss of the dice and following such dice until they come to rest.
g. Any claim that is a result of tampering with the dice will not be covered by this contract.
h. A successful roll is defined as the execution of the roll, as outline in section IV-2a-g, and winning side facing up, displaying the radio station logo.
3. Each eligible contest attempt must be videotaped. Any attempt that is not recorded on videotape will not be considered eligible for a claim under the terms of this contract. It is the responsibility of the contest administrator to ensure that all video taping equipment is in working order. The individual operating the video camera must record:
a. All contestants officially signing-in the official sign-in binder prior to their attempt;
b. All contesants actual roll/toss of the dice;
c. The result of the roll, the six (6) dice at rest, in clear view to the contest administrator and video camera, while the camera zooms in and focuses on the side rolled of each die.
In the event of a claim, the entire sequence of events must be provided on continuous, unedited, uninterrupted videotape.
III. Claim Procedures — Requirements for reimbursement of a prize claim:
1. In the event an eligible contestant rolls the six (6) “Winning Sides” (radio station logo), that designated contestant will be eligible for the grand prize, subject to verification and approval by Advantage Specialty.
2. In the event of an eligible claim, client must:
a. Notify Advantage Specialty within one (1) business day;
b. Provide Advantage Specialty with the name, address, and phone number of the eligible contestant;
c. Provide Advantage Specialty with a completed W-9 form;
d. Provide Advantage Specialty with the corresponding original official sign-in binder;
e. Provide Advantage Specialty with the videotape recording each of the items as required above (see item IV-2a-g). Failure to provide a copy of the video tape as required will result in a claim denial;
f. Provide Advantage Specialty with the name, address, and phone number of the contest administrator.
3. The winning contestant must be the individual who participated in the contest. No family member, friend or any other person will be allowed to accept the prize on behalf of a winning contestant.
4. Certified affidavits and recorded statements may be required from the contest administrator and witness to verify that all contract terms and conditions outlined herein have been met.
5. In the event of a claim, a polygraph test (at the expense of the client/sponsor) given by a professional polygraphist may be required of anyone involved in this promotion to further verify any claim. A polygraph test which reveals any fraudulent activity or any non-compliance with any of the terms and conditions outlined herein may result in a claim denial.
6. Failure to adhere to any of the terms and conditions outlined herein will result in a claim denial.
IV. Contest Dates and Schedule of Prize Awards:
1. A winner is liable for any tax consequences resulting from their acceptance of any prize associated with this contest.
2. The schedule of prize awards is as follows:
a. Per occurrence: $25,000.00 Cash;
b. Maximum one (1) winner.
c. Maximum aggregate liability: $25,000.00 Cash;
3. This contract covers a maximum of two hundred (200) attempts on the following date: 04/27/2013