SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Sept. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Scottsdale-based, international affluent lifestyle publication, Jetset Magazine, is hosting a private party for 500 prominent VIP guests to celebrate the newly-crowned Miss Jetset (Australian model and TV personality, Laura Lydall), and give a check for over $200,000 to the B+ Foundation to help fight pediatric cancer.
The celebratory event will feature live music, gaming, and be attended by numerous local athletes, business luminaries, and celebrities. It will culminate with a presentation of a check for over $200,000 to the B+ Foundation at 9:00 pm PDT, and arrival, by private jet, of Miss Jetset herself at 9:00 pm PDT.
Darrin Austin, CEO said, "I was really motivated to do something extraordinary to give back to the B+ Foundation, It's cause is close to my heart." Austin continued to say, "This event was more than us needing a new face, it was another great way to give back."
Earlier this month, the publication concluded its three-month long model competition and announced that Laura Lydall will be the face of Jetset for the next year. This marks the culmination of a massive competition that saw over 10,000 entrants from across the world.
In addition to $100,000 in cash and prizes, Laura has won the opportunity to be featured on the cover of the October issue of Jetset. In gracing the cover, she is following in the footsteps of such A-list celebrities as Katy Perry, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Tom Hanks.
Also attending the event are many of the worldwide finalists from the competition, including for the four incredible runners up: competitive fitness bikini athlete Jaime Lee, professional golfer and philanthropist Sydney Cox, retired commercial airline pilot and author Bettina Bathe, and professional model and swimwear designer Ashley Alexiss.
Jetset is one of the world's preeminent luxury lifestyle publications. Founded in 2008 and located in Scottsdale, AZ. Today Jetset reaches over 200,000 private jet travelers each quarter, and has the most affluent readership of any publication. The average Jetset reader has an annual income of approximately $5 million. Jetset has a massive following on social media, and such business luminaries as Daymond John (Shark Tank) and Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad) write for the magazine.
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SOURCE Jetset Magazine