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Blue Key Campaign Unlocks Door To Miami; UNHCR Fundraiser Takes Over POV!

By Daniel Swartz on June 23, 2011
UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon 'Bones' Jones co-hosted the fundraiser.
UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon 'Bones' Jones co-hosted the fundraiser.
Be sure to check out all 32 of our photographs from this event HERE!
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NORTHWEST -- Ambassadors mingled with Ultimate Fighting Championship fighters and United Nations officials at the W, Washington, D.C.ís rooftop terrace and lounge, P.O.V, on Wednesday night, for a fundraiser hosted by Ludus Athletics benefiting The Blue Key Campaign and USA for UNHCR.

26th United States Ambassador to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad.

A Miami club themed affair, last nightís party began on the hotelís outside terrace overlooking the White House and Washington Monument and gradually spread out to also include the inside lounge, as night fell and the crowd grew larger.

P.O.Vís outside terrace.

Ludus Atheltics CEO Hamed Rahim Wardak, the son of the current Afghan Defense Minister, mingled about the crowd along with the eveningís other hosts, which included Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad and UFC champion Jon "Bones" Jones.

As dusk gave way to nightfall, models, all sporting the latest eco-conscious Ludus apparel, spread out across the windows of POVís lounge, thereby injecting the already darkly alluring venue with a hint of titillating mystery.

Ludus Athletics models.

Guests then proceeded to dance the night away to the house beats of DJ Jason Vernau (Set, Shore Club, Fontainebleau) and DJ Julian Ingrosso (Mynt Lounge).

DJ Jason Vernau.

The fundraiser was the second of 2011 for Ludus Athletics (the first was held in Los Angeles in January), which seeks to help some of the worldís 43 million some odd refugees.




Be sure to check out all 32 of our photographs from this event HERE!
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