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‘Celebration of Us’ is Coming to Rockefellers Houston March 11, 2022


‘Celebration of Us’ is Coming to Rockefellers Houston March 11, 2022

“The Highly Anticipated Soiree Will Uplift and Promote Black Excellence!”

HOUSTON) – On March 11th, Celebration of Us will merge black excellence with an unbelievable network of powerful black business professionals in Houston.

The soiree will be held at Rockefellers Houston, 3620 Washington in Houston from 7 pm to 12 Midnight. The event will feature local businesses, creatives, and professionals from all across the board. Its atmosphere will be full of fun, networking, and uplifting vibes for business minded individuals.

The ‘Mix and Mingle’ event is on a first come basis with a seating capacity of 150. The Open Bar will be from 8 pm to 10 pm with food served from 8 pm to 9:30 pm.

The goal of the event is to create a network of black professionals who aspire to be a catalyst for positive change in their community, build a lasting community business bond within the Houston community and provide a scholarship to a student in need and raise funds to donate to a local charity.
InDaHouseMedia and SheExist Magazine are among the media outlets confirmed to cover this incredible evening event.
To purchase your ticket or for event sponsorship – click here

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