Raymond Weil Wishes To Continue Cooperation With Vh1 ‘save Music’ Foundation

Recently, Raymond Weil held a grand event to celebrate the brand’s continued cooperation with the VH1 ‘Save Music’ Foundation. Court Yard Hounds, a country folk duo formed by members of the former ‘Southern Chicks’ group, at William Manor in the world’s top wine region & mdash; Napa Valley, brought a special performance to the event.

Emily Robison wears Raymond Weil RAYMOND WEIL Namia watch Martie Maguire wears Raymond Weil RAYMOND WEIL Passion watch

 The VH1 Save the Music Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims to help restore instrumental education in public schools in the United States and calls on the public to recognize the importance of music education in children’s system education.
 Court Yard Hounds is composed of sisters Emily Robison and Martie Maguire, former members of the legendary group Southern Chicks, who have won multiple Grammy Awards. That night, the group presented a unique performance for 300 guests at the scene. While enjoying the exciting performance, guests also enjoyed a banquet dinner with a selection of fine wines from William Manor. During the event, Raymond Wey prepared a luxurious exhibition lounge to showcase the brand’s various series of watches. One of the fine watches was presented to the guests in the form of a lottery that night.

 Raymond Weil has always been committed to promoting the noble cause of music, and has made great contributions to the music industry internationally. The brand has sponsored the British Music Awards for the past five years, supports the Wired music platform, and Elle Women’s Music Festival And The Artists Den music platform. The ‘Noteworthy’ series of music videos sponsoring the ‘Save the Music’ action is another step in the brand’s deep collaboration with the music industry.