Children's Promise Angel Unveiled at Bank of America

Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from Bank of America

    WHO:    Los Angeles-area inner-city first and second graders
             will be reading their individual promises to the city of
             Los Angeles in English, Spanish and Korean
 
     WHAT:   The official unveiling of the Bank of America
             "Children's Promise Angel"
 
     WHERE:  ARCO Plaza
             Flower Street between Fifth and Sixth Streets
             in downtown Los Angeles
 
     WHEN:   Tuesday, April 3,
             1 p.m.
 
     WHY:    "These local school children have made a public
             declaration of their promises to act with love and
             respect on a daily basis in the City of the Angels."
                           - Paulina Granados, artist who designed the angel
 
     For more information or to arrange an interview, contact: Betsy Hall of
 Bank of America, 213-228-2939
 
 

SOURCE Bank of America
    WHO:    Los Angeles-area inner-city first and second graders
             will be reading their individual promises to the city of
             Los Angeles in English, Spanish and Korean
 
     WHAT:   The official unveiling of the Bank of America
             "Children's Promise Angel"
 
     WHERE:  ARCO Plaza
             Flower Street between Fifth and Sixth Streets
             in downtown Los Angeles
 
     WHEN:   Tuesday, April 3,
             1 p.m.
 
     WHY:    "These local school children have made a public
             declaration of their promises to act with love and
             respect on a daily basis in the City of the Angels."
                           - Paulina Granados, artist who designed the angel
 
     For more information or to arrange an interview, contact: Betsy Hall of
 Bank of America, 213-228-2939
 
 SOURCE  Bank of America