Black Girls Brunch hosts successful SOLD OUT D.C. Experience during CBC Weekend
By: Black Girls Brunch
The DC Edition was able to attract more than 100 Black Women, both locally and from across the country. The brunch experience, led by entrepreneur and HBCU graduate Gaybrielle LeAnn Gant, seeks to provide a safe and inclusive space for black women to connect, celebrate and collaboratewhile building community through sisterhood.
"Some people said that DC would be too hard of a market to be successful in.. that we were too small and too new to make an impact," shared the BGB team to guest attendees. "Thanks for helping to prove the naysayers wrong! You showed up and showed out—selling out our first national edition of the brunch!"
— GAYBRIELLE LEANN GANT
This brunch event featured an elevated experience with major sponsorship from top global brands. ChandonUSA (https://www.instagram.com/
Black Girls Brunch is known for delivering an exclusive brunch experience for Black Women, in collaboration with highly regarded local restaurants that provide superb quality food and drinks. Brooklyn on U delivered on providing bottomless mimosas options, brunch favorites such as shrimp and grits and chicken with waffles, and a chic setting with neon light signs and flower walls to set the stage for such an event. Rikkie Tee, the Black Girls Brunch resident DJ, curated the musical vibes for the event.
ABOUT BLACK GIRLS BRUNCH
Black Girls Brunch is a safe and inclusive space for Black Women to exist authentically as themselves. Black Girls Brunch builds and bridges community among Black Women. Creating a space for networking, relationships, development across sectors and generations and reducing the feelings and experiences of invisibility for Black Women locally, nationally and globally.
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