Buchanan Street Partners Hosts Encore for Education Charity Concert

Buchanan Street Partners will host its second annual Encore for Education charity concert on June 12, 2008, to benefit children's causes.

Buchanan Street Partners, parent company of Buchanan Storage Capital (BSC), will host its second annual Encore for Education charity concert on June 12, 2008. The event benefits Buchanan Childrens Charities and the VH1 Save the Music Foundation, both 501c3 charities dedicated to enhancing the lives of children. It will feature a performance by popular musical partnership Crosby, Stills & Nash.
 
Encore for Education will take place at the House of Blues in Los Angeles at 9 p.m. (doors open at 7:30 p.m.). The event is co-sponsored by Arden Realty Inc., Bixby Land Co., Buchanan Street Partners and TCW. To purchase tickets or for information regarding sponsorship opportunities, contact Bobbie Garza at 949.219.1583 or [email protected].
 
VH1 Save the Music Foundation is committed to creating systemic change in the American public school system by restoring music programs and raising public awareness about the importance of music participation for our nations youth. Since 1997, the Foundation has provided nearly $40 million worth of new musical instruments to more than 1,500 schools, affecting the lives of more than 1 million children.
 
Buchanan Street Partners is a national real estate investment bank that provides real estate capital and advisory services for owners and developers and investment management for institutional and high-net-worth investors. The firm's advisory services include structured finance and investment sales for commercial, multi-family, and self-storage properties. BSC provides financial resources to self-storage owners nationwide. For more information, visit www.buchananstreet.com.

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