Bulova to provide special entertainment
For the third year in a row Hallmark Jewelry will be sponsoring the after-party taking place immediately after the Jewelers for Children Facets of Hope event. The Facets of Hope will take place on Sunday, June 3, at Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel Casino. The after-party begins at 9:00 p.m. at the conclusion of the dinner and program. The after-party is open to all attendees at the Facets of Hope.
Dessert, themed drinks and entertainment will be provided and participants will be able to sign special Hallmark cards that will be delivered to children in need through JFC’s charity partners.
“The Facets of Hope after-party has grown every year and Hallmark Jewelry is proud to be the continuing sponsor of the event,” said Katy Briggs, Sr. Licensing Manager for Hallmark Global Brand Licensing. “It’s a great opportunity for us to reinforce the Hallmark Jewelry brand and educate the attendees about our involvement with JFC.”
Bulova will sponsor a special appearance by artist and songwriter Calum Scott, whose debut album, Only Human hit #1 on iTunes in over 20 countries. Tracks from the album, out now on Capitol Records, have over 1 billion combined streams and his new single, “You Are The Reason” is certified Gold. Scott was nominated for a Brit Award for Best Single, for his poignant version of Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” which is now Platinum in five countries. Bulova works with Scott through their collaboration with Universal Music Group for their Tune of Time project. Tune of Time is a short-form videos series focusing on a selection of some of today’s most promising emerging artists, exploring how they spend their time creating, performing and following their music dreams.
“Calum is a true talent that Bulova is proud to work with,” said Jeffrey Cohen, Bulova President. “Making him available for an appearance at the Facets of Hope after-party will be an honor us and a real highlight of the evening.”
Scott will appear at the start of the after-party for a three-song set. Additional music will be provided by XXX throughout the duration of the after-party for those who wish to dance and enjoy.
The after-party is open to all attendees at the Facets of Hope. Those unavailable for the dinner can purchase tickets to the after-party only for $150. Contact JFC at www.jewelersforchildren.org or 212-687-2949 for details.
For 20 years Jewelers for Children has had the mission of raising funds from members of the jewelry industry to support programs benefiting children whose lives have been affected by illness, abuse or neglect. Since inception, more than $53 million has been donated to charity partners St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Make-A-Wish® America, and the National CASA Association. JFC also provides support to Make-A-Wish® International, and the Santa-America Fund.
For more than 100 years, family-owned Hallmark Cards, Inc. has been dedicated to creating a more emotionally connected world. Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri and employing more than 30,000 worldwide, the approximately $4 billion company operates a diversified portfolio of businesses. Its global Hallmark Greetings business sells greeting cards and gift wrap in more than 30 languages with distribution in more than 100 countries and 100,000 rooftops. Hallmark Retail operates 2,000 Hallmark Gold Crown stores in five countries and Hallmark Home & Gifts sells a broad array of home décor and gift product throughout the U.S. Crayola® offers a wide range of art materials and toys designed to spark children’s creativity around the globe. Crown Media Family Networks operates three cable channels – Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, and Hallmark Drama – in addition to Hallmark Publishing, the e-books division of the Hallmark channels, and Hallmark Movies Now, a subscription-based streaming service. Crown Center is a real estate development company that manages the 85-acre hotel, office, entertainment and residential campus surrounding Hallmark’s headquarters. For more information, visit Hallmark.com. Connect on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and YouTube.
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About Calum Scott
British singer/songwriter Calum Scott came to fame on the 2015 season of Britain’s Got Talent, but it was not his first attempt to break into the business. Born and brought up in the city of Hull in the northeast of England, Scott was originally a drummer before being encouraged to sing by his sister Jade, herself a talented vocalist, who recognized his ability. In 2013 she sneakily entered him into the Star Search competition run by local paper The Hull Daily Mail, which he won. He then joined a local Maroon 5 tribute band called Maroon 4, before forming the dance-pop duo the Experiment with John McIntyre, another local lad; they released a single, “Girl (You’re Beautiful),” in 2014.
The following year, both Calum and his sister auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent, but Jade was eliminated at the audition stage. Calum auditioned with a stripped-down, piano-led cover of Robyn’s “Dancing on My Own,” impressing judge Simon Cowell so much that he pressed the “golden buzzer” to send Scott straight through to the semifinals; Cowell told Scott that he was the most talented man he had ever seen on the show. With his high, powerful, slightly nasal tenor and boy-next-door good looks, Scott became a fan favorite and swiftly progressed through the show, but was eliminated in the final after a faltering performance that he later put down to nerves.
Despite failing to win, he had developed enough of a following to be able to quit his job as a recruitment consultant at Hull City Council and forge a career as a live act. In March 2016, he released his version of “Dancing on My Own” as his debut solo single. It was used in an episode of popular TV drama The Vampire Diaries, and went on to sell over 600,000 copies. Later that May he announced that he had inked a deal with Capitol Records, and in 2018 released his debut album, Only Human.