Face Awards 2015

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Each November the Board of Directors of the F.A.C.E. Awards selects nominees from a wide range of categories. (I.E. Entertainer of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, Non Profit of the Year, and many more.)Once the Nominees are announced to the public – the voting opens and the race is on.

The voting occurs on www.about-online.com and are completely secure and confidential. The public is allowed to vote once for a two-week period. When the voting is closes and votes are calculated, the winners are held in secret until the live ceremony.

The F.A.C.E. Awards is one of the largest events in the L.G.B.T. community each year. It is the VMA’s, Billboard Awards and Oscars rolled into one big event for Houston. The community spends weeks planning their outfits for our red carpets.

This year we have added the “RWB Pre Award Show | L'Auberge Casino Red Carpet Arrival Ceremony” hosted by Chad Pitt of MIX 96.5FM and Wendy Taylor of American Idol starting at 7:30PM.The ceremony presented by RWB Vodka, and L'Auberge Casino Resort starts promptly at 8:40PM and is hosted by award winning Lauren Kelly of Mix96.5FM and Sarah Pepper of Houston’s HOT 97.5 FM.

F.A.C.E. Awards stands for First Achievers in Community Excellence. Each year the L.G.B.T. community and its allies work hard in pursuit of special causes. Each year a volunteer works hard, a politician gets a law passed; a new business opens its doors to the community. Maybe it’s a photographer, a drag performer, a bartender, or a hair stylist – they are all doing their part in Houston seeking equality for all. The F.A.C.E Awards puts a face to that person and makes sure they are honored. They become someone to look up to, and it lets others praise their achievements. It allows our youth an opportunity to see that hard work and dedication pays off, that doing the right thing gets you rewarded.

On December 7th, 2015 we remember the Heroes’ and Icons’ before us. The ever so many that fought with blood and tears for a cause, for a human right. We remember our fallen L.G.B.T. community members, that were our friends, neighbors, everyone we lost this past year. They are honored as our Heroes’’ and Icons.

The F.A.C.E. Awards is now in its fourth year of honoring our Heroes’ and Icons’ and celebrates with the Houston L.G.B.T. community, our allies and the entire city of Houston. We take pride in our diversely cultivated city, and we take pride in our citizens. We as a community are able to look to those special people that dedicate their free time, that offer their last dollar to someone in need. We celebrate those people. We celebrate our Heroes’ and Icons’ with the F.A.C.E. Awards
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