Written by PETA
What could possibly top a chance to meet PETA Humanitarian Award–winner Joanna Krupa, who always encourages people to open their hearts to animals in head-turning—and sometimes eyebrow-raising—ways?
Nightlife-loving animal defenders in South Beach will have a chance to find out this Friday, October 22, when sexy sisters Joanna and Marta Krupa team up to host a benefit for PETA at Mynt Lounge in Miami. The event will feature live music by The Cataracs and Dev, whose vocals are featured on Far East Movement's hit single "Like a G6," which is currently number two on the Billboard Hot 100. This will be the second time the dreamy duo have brought animal rights info to Mynt clubgoers in order to raise money for PETA.
If you're in Miami this weekend, head to Mynt to spend the night celebrating efforts for animals, made possible by Joanna, Marta, PETA—and you! RSVP on Facebook and share the event with friends.
Written by Karin Bennett
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