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The Wolf Team Hosts First Free Movie Event
THE WOLF TEAM hosted a FREE first rate movie to their friends and clients last Saturday, November 10 at NCG Theater in Acworth, GA. They enjoyed watching a great family flick: Disney's "Wreck It Ralph." Free snacks and door prizes included!
100 guests enjoyed this first rate family flick at NCG Theater in Acworth, GA. Guests also had FREE refillable soft drinks, frozen soft drinks and popcorn as part of the movie concessions.
Most attendees brought their entire family since the movie is a family movie. Some of the comments made by attendees were "best family movie," "offered great life lessons," "really nice theatre."
In addition to FREE admission and FREE snacks, participants were invited to bring a donation of canned goods for MUST Ministries. Many families brought a whole bag full of goods for MUST. MUST Ministries is a powerful, volunteer-driven organization, addressing the
basic needs of individuals, families and children with facilities in the Cobb and Cherokee counties and programs in numerous other counties. MUST brings people of many faiths together to respond to God's challenge to minister to others with compassion and love, without judgment of the beliefs, background or circumstances of those who serve or are being served. To learn more about MUST Ministries, please visit www.mustministries.org.
THE WOLF TEAM also had several sponsors who participated in this movie day. Some gave monetary donations to help support the movie for attendees while others provided door prizes. At the end of the movie, there were drawings for all the door prizes. The sponsors included: NCG Theater, Kristen Crisp with First American Home Warranty, Travis Newberry of Fairway independent Mortgage, Nichole Darden of Shaklee Products, Kristen McGuffin of Kristen's Cupcakery, Debbie Rich of American Family Insurance, and Barbara Jaycox of THE WOLF TEAM.
This event was so well attended and enjoyed by all the participants, THE WOLF TEAM plans to continue to offer this again early in 2013.