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Davinci Fusion Adds Some Bada Bling Of Its Own To Chris Webber Foundation Gala Evening

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA--DaVinci Fusion partnered with Nouvelle Roux on a gala evening at Caesar's Palace Las Vegas benefiting the efforts of NBA player Chris Webber of the Philadelphia 76ers. The event was part of C-Webb's Bada Bling Celebrity Weekend, where the country's hottest athletes and celebrities came for some fun and then gave back to The Chris Webber Foundation, which provides educational and recreational opportunities to youth and families in need.

DaVinci Fusion crafted the decor of the Palace Ballroom at Caesar's in partnership with Nouvelle Roux, and designed a spectacular bar and stage area, while furnishing an extensive roster of lighting, sound and video equipment.

DaVinci Fusion surrounded the room with sapphire blue velour, dressed it with white palm trees and added white-leather booths placed on risers. A 1950's-era stage featured silver eyelash drape and special lighting. Martinis were in then (the 50's), and they've come around again now. Nouvelle Roux wanted to feature a martini bar that looked sharp. DaVinci Fusion designed a 50-foot lexan and light bar that highlighted the specially-selected glasses. The glitzy bar garnered lots of attention. Bars are afterall, where the crowds hang out," reports Walker. For more information visit www.davincifusion.com.

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