Erika Vidrio, the founder of Fundacion Tina Amor and well-known Regional Mexican music composer, looked radiant with a pink dress, perfect locks and impeccable makeup, but most importantly she looked more than ready to help raise awareness and give hope to Latina women. She recounted the story of her mom's battle with cancer, and although her mom lost the fight, Erika has made it a priority to help others win that battle.
After a brief introduction and a video that showed the full transformations of two cancer survivors made possible by Bela Hair Studio, the salon (a little teary-eyed with the cancer survivors' stories) was ready to experience an acoustic presentation by Erika Vidrio. Erika's last song "Por Ella," (For Her) dedicated to her mother, definitely made for an emotional ending to her acoustic presentation. She thanked her friends that attended the event, among them Felipe Orozco, Vicky Cabrera, Daniel Muñoz, and Fernanda Avedel. Also in the audience was Miss CoverGirl Marimar Pompa, wearing a short pink sequin dress. The night was young and more surprises were to come.
The City of Ontario Chamber of Commerce was present at the event and surprised Erika Vidrio with a special recognition for her hard work through her foundation, Tina Amor. The night ended with amazing raffles that included $50 gift certificates for Bela Hair Studio, $150 worth of Mary Kay products, jewelry, nutrition products and many more gifts. Although we did not win, we took home a swag bag that included Erika's latest production, Vida Prohibida.
An incredible night for a wonderful cause.
|Owner of Bela Hair Studio in Ontario, CA- Hector Rodriguez|