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August Business News: Pinot’s Palette and AIDS Healthcare Foundation


Pinot’s Palette Announces Pride Paintings

Pinot’s Palette, the fastest-growing “paint and sip” franchise in America, has introduced new LGBT Pride-themed paintings at its corporate-owned locations in Houston. What better way to show your pride than with an unforgettable evening spent with friends, wine, and local artists who will guide you step-by-step through a featured painting. If successful, these new Pride paintings could soon be added to the chain’s national library for use in Pinot’s Palette studios across the country. So crack open a bottle of your favorite wine, pick up a paintbrush, and let Pinot’s Palette mold your natural artistic abilities.

INFO:, 713.523.4769.

New HIV/AIDS Treatment Center Opens in Medical Center

AHFOn June 26, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new AHF Houston Healthcare Center, located in the Houston Medical Center at 1200 Binz St., Suite 1290.

Led by infectious-disease specialist Benjamin Portnoy, MD, the AHF Houston Healthcare Center will provide client-centered, specialized medical treatment and care for people living with HIV/AIDS, regardless of their ability to pay.

“Creating an environment in which our patients are empowered to stay virally suppressed and supported in living healthy, productive lives will be a top priority for our Houston clinic,” Portnoy said.

“We identified a growing patient need in the area that we could meet, and are excited to expand AHF’s healthcare services into Houston,” explains AHF Texas regional director Bret Camp. “This new location is another step toward helping Texans have convenient access to quality HIV care and treatment that is critical in the ongoing fight against HIV/AIDS,” Camp said. 

INFO:, 713.524.8700. (Photo by Dalton DeHart)

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