STAR WATCH: A number of dignitaries scheduled to attend the Fifth Annual Derby Days In Dallas hosted by Bosses Brunch May 2


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MAKING MAJOR STRIDES — A charity event in which organizers announced will be celebrated in what they describe as “Kentucky Derby Style,” attendees to the Fifth Annual Derby Days In Dallas May 2 will be afforded the golden opportunity to support Sheilahe Brown’s Sheilahe’s Way Foundation “and have fun while you do it,” Bosses Brunch founder Tina Rogers-Mallett said.  Rogers-Mallett oversees the day-to-day operations of Bosses Brunch with co-founder Sheilahe Brown.

DALLAS — A gallery of heavy hitters will be on hand for a notable event that is geared toward bringing about awareness to Lupus.

Organizers for Bosses Brunch have announced they will host their Fifth Annual Derby Days In Dallas, an event that is scheduled for May 2 from 2 to 5 p.m. CST in Lone Star Park’s Dash For Cash Event Room, located at 1000 Lone Star Parkway in Grand Prairie.
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Powered by Bosses Brunch, in conjunction with a number of sponsors, Derby Days In Dallas has been suitably dubbed a “Lupus Charity Event” that will co-hosted by author/influencer Titia Owens and longtime DFW radio personality John Koutsakis, widely known as “J-Kruz.”

Widely regarded as a singer, homeless advocate, accomplished makeup artist, national host, and radio emcee, Owens’ music customarily covers the Christian, classical, and Jazz genres with poise and style. Having attracted a global presence through her music, Owens currently sings around the world, serving as a homeless advocate while using her voice to bring about change.

“J-Kruz,” meanwhile, boasts a wealth of experience as a radio personality and comes to Dallas/Fort Worth after a well-publicized stint for Pittsburgh’s urban radio at WAMO 106.7 FM.

A native of Queens, New York, “J-Kruz” is an on-air radio personality for a Dallas urban radio station, 97.9 The Beat FM. As a respected member of the Dallas/Fort Worth community, “J-Kruz” is committed to not only entertaining, but serving as a notable advocate in the community.


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As for the Bosses Bruch for Lupus Charity Event, organizers sense this year’s event will be just as successful as in year’s past, despite the COVID-19 restrictions.

Once again, Bosses Bruch officials will pay homage to nine honorees, one more than in year’s past.

This year’s honorees are:

  • Danyel-Surrency-Jones
  • Anita Hawkins
  • Cherly Brown
  • Frederick “Sipp” Johnson
  • Tra Martin
  • Jessica Williams
  • Lakenya Acevedo Gonzalez
  • Aaron Acevedo Gonzalez and,
  • Freddie J

“Each year, we are thrilled to honor philanthropists who support and build our communities,” said Bosses Brunch founder and influencer Tina Rogers-Mallett, who oversees the day-to-day operations of the organization with co-founder Sheilahe Brown.

A charity event in which organizers announced will be celebrated in what they describe as “Kentucky Derby Style,” attendees to this year’s Derby Days In Dallas will be afforded the golden opportunity to support Brown’s Sheilahe’s Way Foundation “and have fun while you do it,” Rogers-Mallett said.

A native of Dallas, Brown is host of The Flexxybrown Show and is widely known as the “Lupus Warrior Promoter.”

FOR A WORTHY CAUSE — Powered by Bosses Brunch, in conjunction with a number of sponsors, Derby Days In Dallas has been suitably dubbed a “Lupus Charity Event” that will co-hosted by author/influencer Titia Owens and longtime DFW radio personality John Koutsakis, widely known as “J-Kruz.”

Rogers-Mallett serves on the board of directors for Sheilahe’s Way Foundation.

Also, Derby Days In Dallas will feature a number of special guest, most notably multifaceted recording artist Biance’ Badd, Grammy-nominated rapper, reality TV star, and The Bronx native Peter Gunz — who rose to fame as a member of the rap duo Lord Tariq — and longtime Dallas/Fort Worth radio personality Veda Loca of Majic 94.5 and Veda Loca’s House Party Radio Show.

This year’s Derby Days In Dallas will include a five-course dinner, access to live horse races at track level, live DJ and dancing, a live auction for Lupus, elite vendors, an awards ceremony, and a private cash bar, organizers for this event told Making Headline News.

Technically known as systemic lupus erythematosus (or SLE), Lupus is a disease that occurs when your body’s immune system attacks your own tissues and organs (or autoimmune disease), according to a detailed description of the disease at https://www.mayoclinic.org/.


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Generally, inflammation caused by lupus can affect many different body systems, including the joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart, and lungs.

Also, Lupus can be difficult to diagnose because its signs and symptoms often mimic those of other ailments. The most distinctive sign of lupus — a facial rash that resembles the wings of a butterfly unfolding across both cheeks — occurs in many, but not all cases of lupus.

According to medical experts, some people are born with a tendency toward developing lupus, which may be triggered by infections, certain drugs or even sunlight.

While there is no cure for Lupus, treatments can help control symptoms.


For more information Dallas/Fort Worth Businesswomen Tina Rogers-Mallett and Sheilahe Brown of Bosses Brunch or to inquire about the Fifth Annual Derby Days In Dallas, connect with them via Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/mstina_stylesmyhair/top/?hl=en or https://www.instagram.com/flexxybrown/?hl=en. Also, send email to: Sheilaheb@sheilahesway.org.

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