Lee Bailey, Publisher of EURweb, Returns to ‘Uplifting
Minds II' Entertainment Conference Saturday, October. 20, 2018 at the Celebrity Centre in Hollywood
(Los Angeles, CA) - The publisher
of EURweb.com and former radio personality Lee "The Voice" Bailey returns to serve on the panel of the "Uplifting
Minds II" (ULMII) entertainment conference. The 19th annual "ULMII" event will be held Saturday, October 20,
2018 at the Celebrity Centre in Hollywood, California (5930 Franklin Avenue, 90028) from 1 - 5 p.m. The ULMII conference is
free and open to the public and offers an entertainment business panel discussion and a national talent showcase competition.
Former ULMII winners and professional artists will open the entertainment portion of the event and 10 aspiring acts will compete
(vocal, songwriting, dance and acting) for over $15,000 valued in prizes to end the event.
Bailey has served on the panel for the national conference in Los Angeles for 15 years,
missing only a few dates. ULMII" was founded in Baltimore in 1999 as a way to inspire young artists and expanded to Houston,
Atlanta and Los Angeles. It currently hosts only the Baltimore and Los Angeles events. Lee's website EURweb.com is the event's
online media partner and it receives over a million hits a week from it's over 85,000 weekly visitors.
The man with "The Voice" is an Air Force veteran who, because of that voice,
was asked to DJ on KPOP in Sacramento. He went on to syndicate his "Radioscope" show establishing him a position
in history as one of the first black radio jocks to be nationally syndicated. His "Radioscope" show aired on over
40 stations across the country. Before online magazines were the norm Bailey expanded his black entertainment news to his
website EURweb.com in 1997 - the first and most read online source for black entertainment news. He also has a EURweb newsletter
distributed via email daily to an estimated 200,000 subscribers. His entertainment news is also available via mobile devices
and on TransiTV where bus/train riders in Los Angeles, Chicago, Orlando, Milwaukee and Atlanta can see the latest black entertainment
news on TV monitors.
The winners of the "ULMII" talent competition on Saturday October 20th at the Celebrity Centre in Hollywood will
received the "ULMII Best Artist" award; public relations or business strategy from Strategist Eunice Moseley, MS,
M.B.A. (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com/FreelanceAssociates.html); entertainment business consult from entertainment business mogul Paul Gardner, II (www.TheGardnerLawGroup.com); music track and studio time from producer/songwriter V.I.P. (www.DustDemAFF.com); vocal and acting coaching from professional singer/actress and vocal coach Nadiyah Kareem (Superstar Enter.); make-up application/stylist
consult from Jeneanne Collins (Rebellious Beauty); commercial photo shoot from commercial photographer Ty Moore (www.IAmSharpEye.com);
song placement on soundtrack from award winning actor/filmmaker Anthony Michael Hobbs (www.ImaginationLunchbox.com), and music business legal documents from attorney Richard Jefferson (www.LawyersRock.com).
To inquire about talent and panel availability call 562-424-3836,
or email FreeAssocInc3@aol or info@ThePulseofEntertainment.com or contact us at www.UpliftingMinds2.com.