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BLOOM where you are planted

Local girl and critically acclaimed Christian recording artist, Tiffany Thurston, will encourage, equip, empower, and inspire Hawaii's next generation of young women to “BLOOM where they are planted” and become all they are created to be at her 3rd Annual BLOOM Conference on June 26 and 27 at The Neal Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii.

With a sold out crowd in 2014, BLOOM is targeted for teen girls and college ladies between the ages of 12-22, but open to all women. Thurston has invited some of her nationally-known friends to weave their personal experiences with humor and conviction as inspiration for young women to ‘keep the faith' and persevere. Special guests include actress and comedian Anjelah Johnson who became an internet sensation with her viral videos “Nail Salon” and “Bon Qui Qui,” grammy-nominated singer/songwriter, Britt Nicole, along with Zondervan author and speaker, Annie Downs. Tickets are available online now at www.ilovebloom.com and sales end on June 25, 2015. No walk-ups.

Born and raised in Hawaii of multi-ethnicities and a Kamehameha graduate, Tiffany's compassion and humanity transcends effortlessly through her soulful touching-your-heart music. For seven years, she traveled around the world performing for the Revolve Tour where she had seen over half a million teen girls come through. Along with that she has also been sharing the stage with mega-Christian artist, Natalie Grant, as her sole back-up singer learning the ropes from one of the best. “There is no place I'd rather pour back into than my home, Hawaii, and I believe we have some of the most talented and loving people on the planet.” said Tiffany. “It's time for us to invest in the next generation of world changers.”

According to State of Hawaii statistics, in 2013, Hawaii's total population is 1.4 million. Within the age range of 14-24, the population is roughly 200,000 with females representing half of that population. That's 100,000 young women to help bloom and grow. That's Tiffany's passionate pursuit.

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