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    Chris Pringle Selected To Serve On Hip Hop Hall of Fame, Preservation Committee

     

    Chris Pringle, CEO of Los Angeles based, CM3 Media Group Inc., selected to serve on Hip Hop Hall of Fame, Preservation Committee”

     

    Los Angeles, April 3, 2014: Chris Pringle, CEO of Los Angeles based firm, CM3 Media Group, Inc. has been selected by JT Thompson, Founder of the Hip Hop Hall of Fame (New York) to serve on the museums Preservation Committee.

     

    The facility will serve 1,000,000 visitors, fans, tourists, and students annually. It will produce 300 jobs, internships, host live events and educational programs for people of all ages. The socio-economic impact in NYC is estimated over $350M annually. Construction on the site will begin later this year and will take 18-24 months to complete. The Official website goes live April 10th at http://hiphophof.org.

     

    The HHHOF has adopted the final report of the ‘Restoring Hip-Hop’s Legacy - Through Artifacts, Preservation, and Education’ Conference that was hosted by Martha Diaz of the Hip Hop Education Center at the Schomburg Museum in Harlem, as the final Foundational Report to serve as a set of Institutional guidelines moving forward.

     

    The goal of the committee is the development of Hip Hop Museum & Educational standards for the HHHOF permanent collections, exhibits, galleries, and for the rotating exhibits and collections from our Alliance member Institutions. To thoroughly educate, entertain, inspire, and empower the students, youth, and families from around the world utilizing Hip Hop Music & Arts Cultural history as the recurring theme.

     

    Chris Pringle and CM3 Media Group, Inc. will oversee Hip Hop Hall of Fame events in Los Angeles as well as act as the point of contact for the West Coast.

     

    This appointment will strategically ensure a vast selection of artifacts, inductees and events to be included in the Museum.

    For any questions or inquiries regarding this release please direct them to CM3 Media Group anita@cm3mediagroup.com.

     

    For more information on the Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum contact hiphophofstaff@gmail.com.- JT Thompson 212-330-8738 hiphophofstaff@gmail.com

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