TJ’s DJ’s & OZONE Magazine Announce Historic Partnership

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ORLANDO, FL - TJ’s DJ’s Record & CD Pool, whose reputation of breaking hit records stretches to include superstar artists such as T-Pain, David Banner, and Pretty Ricky among others, has teamed with the Southern- based trendsetting periodical OZONE Magazine to create the 2006 Tastemakers DJ / Music Conference & 1st Annual OZONE Awards. The event set to take place in Orlando, Florida on August 4-6, 2006 is a movement to provide information and networking opportunities, in addition to celebrating achievements within the Southern entertainment industry.

TJ’s DJ’s & OZONE’s have pooled their reach of over 38 million people per month through their respective websites to draw thousands of entertainment industry participants from various fields including DJs, artists, labels, media outlets, retailers, models, producers, and other Tastemakers for the 2006 Tastemakers DJ / Music Conference & 1st Annual OZONE Awards. What is a Tastemaker? A Tastemaker is one who has the power to dictate trends, an ability each member of this event possesses.

The Tastemakers will converge upon Orlando beginning Friday, August 4 to pick the brains of highly knowledgeable panelists, build their businesses through networking, and attend fashion shows, concerts, as well as celebrity filled parties. The weekend will conclude on Sunday, August 6 with the OZONE Awards at the Bob Carr Auditorium.

For registration, sponsorships, or more information about the 2006 Tastemakers DJ/Music Conference & 1st Annual Ozone Awards please visit www.tjsdjs.com/toa or www.ozonemag.com.

About TJ's DJ's Record & CD Pool

Since 1994, TJ’s DJ’s has striven to be the best at breaking tomorrow’s hits today. Their track record includes the Ying Yang Twins’ “Wait,” T-Pain’s “I’m Sprung,” Rick Ross’ “Hustlin,” Shawnna’s “Some Head” and Yung Joc’s “Goin’ Down” among countless others. TJ’s DJ’s website, TJsDJs.com generates over 20 million hits per month with over 20,000 members on its message board. In addition, since 2001 TJ’s DJ’s has hosted the quarterly Tastemakers Only DJ / Music Conference whose participants have included Wendy Day (orchestrater of Eminem, Cash Money, No Limit, & David Banner’s multi-million dollar deals), DJ Toomp (Grammy award nominated producer; T.I. – “What You Know About That”), and Tony Neal (founder, The Core DJs).

Website: http://www.tjsdjs.com

About OZONE Magazine

OZONE Magazine (OZONEMag.com) is a monthly publication. Billed as “your favorite rapper’s favorite magazine,” OZONE has become the premiere voice for the Southern rap movement. OZONE has been quoted in the New York Times, the New York Daily News, the New York Post, MTV’s Mixtape Mondays, Billboard Magazine, Allhiphop.com, Sohh.com, and many others. OZONE has received numerous accolades for excellence in publication from TJ’s DJ’s, the Southern Entertainment Awards, the Orlando Urban Music Awards and Radio One’s Dirty Awards. OZONE Magazine currently has a circulation of 75,000 with an estimated readership of 475,000 per month, and the website OZONEMag.com averages 17 million hits per month. OZONE recently signed a major distribution deal and the magazine is now available throughout the country at chains like 7-11, Books-A- Million, FYE, Coconuts, Krogers, and other retail outlets.

Website: http://www.ozonemag.com

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