2019 Galentine's Day Event Sold Out
Makin' Her Story Fundraising Event Sells Out Within One Week
Makin' Her-Story is right around the corner, the event takes place on February 12 from 6-9pm with the help of Empowered Achievers and Chelsea Blankenship Realty. Tickets may already be sold out, but anyone interested in participating should tune in to the Bad Bettie Project - Club Page for a Facebook LIVE stream of Denver's most sought after Galentine's event. Sprinkled across the four levels of Midnight Rambler will be photo-opp flower walls, private shopping, complimentary waffles + mimosas as well as a "speed meet" for attendees to meet 1-on-1 in speed dating style. Additionally, there will be complimentary nail art, custom bath salt soaks, makeup glow-ups, custom tea blends, hair braiding, and so much more. With over 30 different local, woman-owned businesses participating -- it's going to get wild.
The Galentine's Day event is Bad Bettie Project's first big fundraising event of 2019 and they couldn't be happier about the response. While this isn't the organization's first time to sell out an event, the small local non-profit was still shocked by the quick show of support. "This year is going to be a big year for us!", Bad Bettie Project founder Lauren Mims said. "The organization is planning to focus on fitness events, workshops, and affordable women's retreats while also continuing our efforts to promote personal development and growth"
"The hope is to give our members access to events they may not normally have the opportunity to attend." Chief Marketing Officer Kaitlyn Janak elaborates. "We organize each event with affordability in mind, relying heavily on the help of other local businesses to make our events really pop."
The Bad Bettie Project is turning its focus on growing its membership and becoming a pillar of Denver's community. Their main goal is to provide a resource and safe space to as many women in the Denver Metro area as possible while also creating a community to pursue personal development, civic duty and interpersonal relationship skills. Fostering friendships and giving women a resource to ask questions as easy as, "Where can I get my eyebrows done," to questions as hard as how to leave a domestic violence situation. Since 2016, the community has helped dozens of women get on their feet and succeed in Colorado as well as host some killer fundraising events including #WomanCrushWednesday and Wicked Revel in 2018.
About Bad Bettie Project: The Bad Bettie Project's mission is to foster friendships and build a better community between badass women in the Denver Metro area. Founded in 2016 it's membership has grown to over 1,400 active and local members. https://badbettieproject.com/
Lauren Mims (Founder)
Page Updated Last on: Feb 10, 2019