Shore 104 Supports VAMS
August 28, 2009 at 1:31 PM (PT)
THE VANCOUVER ADAPTED MUSIC SOCIETY (VAMS) has debuted a video dedicated to showcasing the group as part of its Music Saves Project. The video launch took place at SHORE MEDIA GROUP AAA CHHR (SHORE 104)/VANCOUVER, a financial supporter of VAMS.
"VAMS is an outstanding organization that helps make a difference in the lives of Vancouver’s disabled music community. VAMS works tirelessly to create a level playing field for artists with physical challenges. SHORE 104 FM would like to ensure that the public is not only aware of VAMS and the great work they do but supports their work as well," SHORE 104 APD PATRICK ZULINOV said.
"We are extremely pleased that SHORE 104 FM has chosen to recognize the important role that VAMS plays in the community and spread the fundamental message that musicians with disabilities are an integral part of the music scene in VANCOUVER," VAMS Disability Foundation Programs Mgr. KIRK DUNCAN said. "By working with SHORE 104, we will be able to generate greater awareness and raise dearly-needed funds to operate our new music studio at the GF Strong Rehab Centre in VANCOUVER. We also hope that this increased exposure will help our artists as they pursue their musical aspirations."