80s icon Tiffany to perform at 2013 Nashville AIDS Walk and 5K Run

The 22nd Annual Nashville AIDS Walk and 5K Run will feature multi-platinum recording artist and 80’s icon Tiffany.  During her career Tiffany has sold 16 million records which include hit singles such as "I Think We're Alone Now," "Could've Been," "I Saw Him Standing There," "All This Time" and “Feel The Music.”.

Tiffany was discovered by the late Mae Axton, and began her career singing country music in Nashville at nine years old, opening for such artists as Johnny Lee & Mickey Gilley, and performed on Nashville Now and The Ralph Emery Show.

Tiffany released two critically acclaimed singer-songwriter albums, 2000’s The Color of Silence and 2007’s Just Me. After enjoying the success of three hits on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Songs chart, in 2011 Tiffany released her first country music album, Rose Tattoo. Throughout Rose Tattoo, Tiffany introduces herself to a new audience while showing longtime fans a side of her they may have never seen.

Tiffany recently opened, Tiffany's Boutique, an affordable women’s clothing boutique in White House, TN.  Click here for more information.

On Saturday, October 5, the Nashville community will gather for the 2013 Nashville AIDS Walk and timed 5K Run.  The event will help further Nashville CARES’ mission of offering a comprehensive and compassionate response to HIV/AIDS in Middle Tennessee.  Nashville CARES’ purpose is to educate the community for increased understanding and prevention of HIV transmission, to advocate for responsible public policy, and to provide services that improve the quality of life for people with HIV AIDS and their families.

The 2013 Nashville AIDS Walk and 5K Run will be held at Riverfront Park and is proudly presented by Nashville Pharmacy Services.  Honorary Chairs, Tipper Gore and Lelan Statom, are proud to be a part of this year’s event as they support Nashville CARES in raising over $200,000. The timed 5K is a new addition to the event this year and will commence simultaneously with the walk. Registration for the event will begin at 10:00 AM with the Walk/5K Run festivities kicking off at 11:00 AM. 

For additional information, or to register for the Walk/5K Run please visit www.nashvilleaidswalk.com or call 615-259-4866.  Nashville CARES relies on support from the local community to provide services for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.  For sponsorship information, please contact April Scott at ascott@nashvillecares.org or by calling 615-921-0332.

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