Help Nick Carter Save The Awareness Of Dolphins!


Famous People Care!™ Day continues at Defamer with the announcement that Nick Carter, late of the Backstreet Boys and of having sexual relations with L.A. County's sparkliest prisoner-to-be, is partnering with the United Nations so that you'll know more about dolphins and junk! Really, that's all we've got on this one, as the random pairing of obscure cause and D-list personage should provide more than enough entertainment without further commentary.

But should you wonder what a press release announcing such an unprecedented partnership between aquatic-mammal-in-crisis and boy-bander-in-decline looks like, have at it after the jump:

Invitation to Press Conference with Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys and the United Nations Environment Programme Convention on Migratory Species

Nick Carter, of the Backstreet Boys, Fast Glass and House of Carters, together with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) and the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society (WDCS), invite you to a press conference to announce Nick Carter as Special Ambassador for the Year of the Dolphin (YoD). The YoD is a campaign focusing on raising awareness of dolphins in the wild, the threats they face to their survival and actions that could help their wild conservation.

Nick Carter will explain his engagement with the work of the Convention on Migratory Species for the protection of cetaceans. UNEP, CMS and WDCS will discuss the current alarming threats to dolphin conservation and promote the International Year of the Dolphin - a public awareness campaign currently gathering supporters from around the world.

Date: Thursday, 17 May 2007
Time: 12:00 -13:00 hrs

Venue: National Press Club, Ballroom, Washington D.C.

Participants

* Nick Carter, Backstreet Boys;
* Brennan Van Dyke, Director, UNEP Regional Office for North America (RONA);
* Robert Hepworth, Executive Secretary, UNEP Convention on Migratory Species;
* Courtney Vail, US Policy Officer, Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society.

The press conference will be followed by a reception where you will have an opportunity to speak to all of the participants.