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Tru Social Networking and Takeuchi Galleries Proudly Presents the Biggest Outdoor Biz Mixer & Art Show Featuring World Renowned Artist Cao Yong in an Exclusive Gallery

Mission Viejo, CA, May 03, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Tru Social Networking and Takeuchi Galleries invite you to attend one of the most innovative and creative collaborations to re-adapt to the new age in which the world lives. In a time of absolute confusion due to the complexities of the modern world and its technological shifts, a rapidly growing group of entrepreneurs and business-persons refuse to accept adversity as simply what has become normal today. Instead they have embraced it as a challenge and view it as an opportunity to be creative, resourceful, solution based thinkers. Rather than give up, this group of net workers have taken these circumstances to empower themselves, to pull together and view it as an opportunity to successfully and collectively grow, an ancient but effective concept, to help one another.

Tru Social Networking - The fastest growing networking group in the Orange County Area with over 800+ loyal members with membership growing daily. Tru Social Networking has taken the entire common area on an entire floor of the Kaleidoscope Shopping Center in order to accommodate hundreds of business professionals to network and promote their businesses the “Good Old Fashion Way," face-to-face and in person. As a result, many new business relationships and some personal friendships have developed from our group. Tru Social Networking wants you to have an enjoyable experience, so they have 10 restaurant sponsors providing Free Food and Stars and Bars will offer Happy Hour Drink specials. With up to 80 vendors and conservatively 500 business people, obviously this is the place to be. A partner company of Tru Social Networking, Tru Social Zing will be revealing new technology to help build your social media network more efficiently, effectively and even reveal secret techniques and strategies to those attending. Hurry and reserve one of the few networking tables left for the low cost of only $175. Owner Dan Barret says, “it is our responsibility to help others.” Contact: him @ Ph: (949) 566-5446; Email - [email protected] Website - www.truenetworking.com

Takeuchi Galleries - Takeuchi Galleries proudly presents the world renowned artist Cao Yong. A modern day master who is incredibly diverse in many styles. Cao Yong will feature paintings of scenery from his worldwide travels, beautiful portraits in his Spring Garden Series, his own impressionistic style with vibrant colors to his tribute to America depicting the horrific September 11 incident as well as other historical events, called Freedom. The Declaration of Independence and even some of his early surrealistic series from Tibet. Takeuchi Galleries assures art lovers and collectors alike will be fascinated with the mastery of his works. The Cao Yong Museum is currently being built in China, which will host 5,000 to 10,000+ guests daily. In 2013 Cao Yong was featured on the 4 NASDAQ Buildings in New York’s Times Square 3 times for an entire week. Simultaneously videos showcasing his art and Cao Yong’s incredible story were played dozens of times as well. Although Cao Yong is world-renowned, this is not the criteria for Takeuchi Galleries art shows. They hand select their artists from hundreds of submissions based on talent and skillset. Known or unknown artists have an equal chance to be featured as it is their objective to help any aspiring artist with talent. Derek Tadashi Takeuchi, an artist himself, states that his company strives to help “ignite the greatness in others.” Come experience our incredibly inspirational and creative energy. For more information go to www.trueartmovement.com www.caoyong.us also “Like” their fan page @ Takeuchi Galleries Facebook.

Shine On Hollywood Magazine – Cao Yong was featured on the cover of the May 2013 issue. This issue included an exclusive interview and large selections of many of his paintings. The cover was one of the 4 images featured on the 4 NASDAQ Building in Times Square. Currently rated the #1 Hollywood Magazine (they have been consistently in the top 3 this entire year) has once again 6 pages of advertisement to help promote our show in the April 2014 issue. This magazine is unique in the sense that it highlights the good in Hollywood instead of the negative. As a result of Shine on Hollywood Magazine's positive attitude, combined with the highest level of quality and integrity of its content, this magazine has drawn worldwide recognition. Their mission statement reads, “Dedicated to providing a positive, meaningful and educational experience to inspire our readers with knowledge and information from creative qualified industry professionals.” For more information go to: http://shineonhollywoodmagazine.com/

Media Invited - Interviews Available - Photo Opportunities

Public Relations/Media Contact Derek Tadashi Takeuchi Ph: (424) 213-0996 E-mail: [email protected]

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