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Be Your Own You Denver Store One Year Anniversary-Feb 11

Be Your Own You, a Denver based company that help build self esteem of girls through education and products is proud to announce its One Year Anniversary.  We are so excited about this and we love to see you celebrate with us!

This Valentine’s weekend we celebrate the one year anniverary of our Denver BYOU store! Join us for a :

B-LOVE Celebration & Magazine ‘Model’ Search!

Saturday, February 11, from 12 pm – 4 pm

6770 S Dawson Circle, Suite 800, Centennial CO 80112 (Map)

Goodies, Freebies, Discounts, Contests, Fun & YOUR chance to appear in Be Your Own You magazine!

PLUS free inner & outer beauty mini-workshops and a REAL model shoot!

(Not in the Denver area? You get a special discount – and FREE shipping – too! Check below for B-LOVE discount deals and how YOU can apply to be in Be Your Own You Magazine!)

Look what’s going on this Saturday, February 11:

  •     40% off ALL BYOU apparel & accessories (includes sale merchandise for up to 70% off)!
  •     Meet our magazine covergirl & spokesmodel Cassandra Perkins, Actress & Anti-Bullying Activist, for a photo and autographing session!
  •     Meet BYOU CEO & Heartlight Girls Author Debra Gano who will be revealing hidden hearts in her best-selling book Beauty’s Secret (and autographing too)!
  •     Apply for YOUR chance to be featured in Be Your Own You magazine!
  •     Participate in a real photo shoot with free styling from LoveHair Color & Design (fancy up-dos also available for an additional $10)!
  •     Inner/outer beauty & self-esteem mini-workshop sessions at 12 pm & 2 pm* to prep you for your photo shoot given by Debra Gano (former international model/actress) & spokesmodel Cassandra Perkins
  •     Tell us how you B-LOVE to win prizes and a feature on our blog!
  •     Special one-day only pricing on Mommy & Me Teas & magazine subscriptions!
  •     Cake, goodies, freebies, & FUN!
  •     Wear your BYOU shirt (or get one at 40-70% off!) and get a free BYOU rubber bracelet! Bring a friend and you BOTH get one!
  •     All girls attending receive a take-home BYOU Valentine Goodie Bag!


Cymphonique Miller’s New Nickolodeon Series “How to Rock”

Cymphonique Miller will be having an awesome Nickolodeon Series entitled “How to Rock” with the theme song “Only You Can Be You”. The song is so inspiring and it’s all about being yourself.

If you want to know more about her new Nick show and her awesome hit song, visit here

New York Times Discussed Cymphonique’s How to Rock

Read an exciting update about Cymphonique Miller’s How to Rock!

Everyone is talking about our BYOU Partner & Spokesmodel Cymphonique Miller these days – even The New York Times!

Here is an excerpt from a recent article talking about Cymphonique’s new show “How To Rock” premiering Feb. 4 on Nickelodeon:

Nickelodeon is betting that “How to Rock” has an extra ingredient that can propel the series beyond TV into a full-blown pop culture phenomenon: Cymphonique Miller.

With a (real) name like Cymphonique, you might suspect that Ms. Miller, 15, had been bred for show business, and you would be right, at least partly. She is the daughter of Master P, the rapper, music mogul and TV personality (“Dancing With the Stars”) who has increasingly focused on family entertainment. Her older brother, Romeo Miller, formerly known as Lil’ Romeo, is a rapper and actor, headlining in his own Nickelodeon series, “Romeo!,” from 2003 to 2006.

“I tried everything in my power to stop this girl because this can be a hard, sick business — really easy to get taken advantage of,” said Master P, whose real name is Percy Miller. “I guess you can’t hold raw talent back.”

“We’re hoping for great things from Cymphonique — a big, fat, giant hit,” said Margie Cohn, Nickelodeon’s president for original programming. “That’s what I’ve been working for with this series, so why not say it?”

“How to Rock,” produced with Alloy Entertainment (“Vampire Diaries,” “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”), is scheduled to arrive on Feb. 4. A musical sitcom, it stars Ms. Miller as Kacey Simon, a popular girl who is rejected by her perfectly coiffed clique — a group of girls called “the Perfs” — after she gets glasses and braces. The joke is on them as she joins a band and creates a new cool crowd.

“Isn’t that exactly what high school was like for you?” Ms. Miller said with a laugh earlier this month. Poised and professional, she comes across more like someone in her mid-20s, though after a day of rigorous “How to Rock” rehearsal, she acknowledged that she was a little hyper. “You finish your work, and it’s like, ‘I have all of this energy, now where do I put it?’ ” she said.

Children’s television is at a transitional moment when it comes to female stars. At Disney, the Big Three (Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato) have all moved on. At Nickelodeon, Miranda Cosgrove, the star of “iCarly,” turned 18 this year; Victoria Justice of “Victorious” is also 18 and working toward a movie career. In other words, Ms. Miller has generational turnover on her side as she tries to break through.

Nickelodeon is backing “How to Rock” with considerable marketing muscle; for instance, the channel has produced an eight-part video series about Ms. Miller to introduce her to viewers, a spokeswoman said. A song sung by Ms. Miller in the first episode of the program, “Only You Can Be You,” arrived on iTunes at Christmas.

“Aside from her talent, Cymphonique is up for anything you ask of her — to look silly, if that’s good for the show, for example — and that sets her apart,” said David Israel, an executive producer of “How to Rock.” “In one episode we wanted her to fall into an inflatable pool filled with 800 pounds of macaroni and 50 gallons of cheese. We had a stunt double ready, but she said, ‘Nope, I’ll do it.’ ”

Although the series is Ms. Miller’s big break, she has been preparing for it since she was 2, she said. Raised in Los Angeles, she sang in a church choir, acted in community theater — she was the mayor of Munchkinland in her school’s version of “The Wizard of Oz” — and took dance and piano lessons. With her father’s help, she has also pursued a singing career; she was nominated for a BET award for the video of her song “Something.”

Ms. Miller, who calls her brother her best friend, has also made guest appearances on Nickelodeon shows like “Big Time Rush” and “Just Jordan.” She provides the voice of Holly on “Phineas and Ferb,” a Disney Channel cartoon series. Oh, and in her spare time she participates in kickboxing tournaments.

“I’m not really thinking about all of this as a career,” she said. “I’m just doing what I love, and it happens to be entertaining people.”

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