Trust In Giving's Ugly Christmas Sweater Party - Powered by Think it's A Game Records!

This week I had the pleasure of being invited to Think it's a Game's Ugly Christmas sweater party for their non-profit organization Trust In Giving!

When I hear T.I.G. is having an event I always think B-I-G because everything they do is always extra ordinary! Trust in Giving asked that guests bring two gifts (1 for boy and the other for girl) and wear an Ugly Christmas Sweater to unlock the winter wonderland!

Guests were greeted at the entrance by a snow globe and the Noble Nut Cracker on STILTS! Inside the guest were entertained with a wide variety of hors d'ouevres including chicken in a waffle cone serving as chicken and waffles as well as shrimp and grits, the most elegant lira aerial hoop dancer, Body painted Reindeer and Santa models, an indoor igloo, and photo booth for guests to share their experience!

How could I forget to mention the most amazing desert table I have ever seen featuring TIG crumpets and cupcakes, cake pops, rice krispy treats, banana pudding and strawberry shortcake.

Absolute Vodka, Avion Tequila, Jameson, and Martell Cognac sponsored the spirits with holiday signature drinks "Think Its a Game" and "Mistletoe Margarita" to name a few.

The room was filled with good vibrations and many of the industries heavy hitters, entrepreneurs, and tastemakers for a great night of giving back to one of Atlanta's Leading non-profit organizations and the families they are supporting this christmas season.

CEO and Founder of Think its a Game Records, Girvan "Fly" Henry, launched the Trust in Giving foundation to support, empower, and uplift communities across the country to create lasting solutions to problems faced by today's youth, seniors, and families through the power of giving!

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