The "Us" in #GirlsNightOut HoUSton Strong

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You've read 10 Reasons To Love #GirlsNightOut- Houston Strong, now see the community of women that made this event possible. These ladies are local bloggers, business owners, authors, and phenomenal females that are down for the cause. I could write an entire blog post for each and everyone of the women that have come together to make this event possible, but as you'll see when you scroll through, there are so many sponsors, vendors, collaborators, and contributors that I'll have to consolidate my credits. A big thank you to everyone on this list for supporting this event, and ultimately your community. 


Sponsors

We wanted to ensure that the better part of every ticket sold went to benefit our sponsored families, and to do that sponsors are essential. Here are all the businesses and organizations that helped us save money on expenses, and increase donations. 

  • Food Sponsor - Ultimate Creations & Designs Catering & Events
  • Thank You Cards - Postable
  • Venue- Marq31
  • Ice Cream- Kroger
  • Donations to Families- Hotel Ylem & Bar Esperanto
  • Facial Waxing- Waxing the City
  • Donations to Families- Blush and Glow

 

 
  • Alcohol - Dulce Vida Organic Tequila
  • Tables- The Council of Food Wine and Fashion
  • Valet- Houston Food Blogger Collective
  • Swag Bags- H&B Beauty and Connect + PR
  • Sparkling Water- Dry Sparkling
  • Wine- Joe Orsak from Direct Cellars
  • Chair Massages - WWAM
  • Photography - Si Creative Photograpy

 



Swag Bag Sponsors


Event Collaborators

Each of the ladies seen here used their connection, resources, talents, and time to contribute to this event in a way only they could. This is the first #GirlsNightOut event that has ever been pulled off less than a month after a natural disaster with a complete makeover and change in direction. I wouldn't have even attempted to have this event had I not gotten their support. Many of these ladies have also been lending a hand in clean up efforts and launching their own events and programs to help support Houston in recovering from Harvey, so kuddos to them for all their efforts.

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 Pam Del

Blog- It's Pam Del

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Erika Harrison

 

Blog- Black Girls Who Brunch

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Valaencia Thompson

Blog- FROREALDOE

 

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Jazzmine Woodard

Blog- A Dash of Jazz

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Yolanda Renee

Blog- Curlypetiterenee

Renia Butler

Blog - Gristle & Gossip

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Author - Tracie Momie

Tracie Momie Creative

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Starla Garcia

 Blog -  Sweat X Shine

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Heather Garcia

Blog- LA Fashion Snob

 

Lindsay McClelland

Blog - Loving Life on The Run

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 Karinn Chavarria

Blog- Feed the Curves

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Aneechia Dixon

 

This Girl Is

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Christina Meade

Nerdy Girl Supplies

 

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Karissa Littlejohn

She Flies Solo

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Tony Vinchaelle

ASU Fit

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Jillian Goltzman

Blog-Cup of Charisma

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Jotina Buck

 

JotinaBuck.com

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Ameerah Staine

Brunch and Slay

 

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Ashley Segura

Blog- New Mom In a New Era

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Kristyna Torres-Cruz

PRKristyna


Dessert Sponsors


Raffle Prize Sponsors


Vendors


I can't wait for you ladies to see what happens when great minds align and every day people come together to create extraordinary things. This event is of course a way to bring women together to decompress, but our common goal to do for others what we would want someone to do for us in a time of need is an evengreater calling, and a privilege to serve. #GirlsNightOut Houston Strong is just over a week away, and happens September 28th from 6-9pm at Marq31. To see what else you can expect from the event click here. 

 

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