Los Angeles, CA
On the evening of February 19th, Bovet 1822 alongside numerous supportive actors and actresses gathered together for the 8th annual Hollywood Domino Gala & Tournament benefitting Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ).
Recent Oscar-winner Patricia Arquette, wearing a stunning Bovet Amadeo Fleurier 39 on her wrist, took to the stage to toast this brilliant cause and a beautiful evening. Other stars including Kevin Jonas, Moran Atias, Annalynne McCord, Amaury Nolasco, and Jimmy Jean-Louis, all of whom were wearing Bovet timepieces, joined Bovet’s owner Mr. Pascal Raffy to partake in the tournament. Unforgettable musical performances by Aloe Blacc and Natasha Bedingfield made for a magical night for everyone involved.
This year marked Bovet’s fourth year in partnership with the Hollywood Domino event sponsoring Artists for Peace and Justice. Everyone in attendance helped to celebrate the vast progress made in Haiti since the devastating earthquake of 2010. Since that day, APJ has built the largest free secondary school in Haiti, with the support of a long-term, 5-year partnership with BOVET 1822. In addition, they have provided over 2,500 student scholarships with no sign of halting that progress taking on the mantra of “Let’s Keep Going”. To honor Bovet’s unwavering commitment to empowering the youth of Haiti, APJ announced a new fund for the scholarships of young women and girls. The fund, entitled Brilliant is Beautiful will enable these women to shape their own futures and build a path to success through education.
Mr. Raffy, eminently proud of the success stated, “Our partnership with Artists for Peace and Justice is emblematic of the house of Bovet 1822’s values: quality, integrity, and progress. We are proud to support a cause that shares our commitment to excellence and tonight’s beautiful event will add to our shared legacy.”
Daya Fernandez of Hollywood Dominos, who was blown away by everyone’s support deemed, “It’s a beautiful thing when Hollywood comes out to support such a worthy cause.”