#FRESHClientNews: The Privileged Lifestyle Brand Celebrates Three Years

The Privileged Lifestyle Brand will take its signature events and bring them together for one weekend to celebrate its three-year anniversary June 22-24. The Privileged Lifestyle Brand delivers impactful events for young professionals within its three pillars: We Work – We Give – We Party.

The weekend will kick off Thursday with the Privileged Happy Hour: Birthday Edition at the Gallery at Madison. There will be free entry, a DJ spinning old school and new hip hop and R&B, delicious, complimentary bar bites and affordable specialty drink options.
Handy Park on Beale Street will host the 2nd annual Privileged Music Fest: Salute to the Cover. This event will feature local artists such as Carmen Hicks, Tyke T, Wesley Jonson, etc covering poplar songs within their genres of Hiphop, R&B, and Pop. The finale will feature a timeline of popular songs produced, written, or performed by Memphians. It will be hosted by local iHeart Media’s radio personality Ena Esco for the second year in a row and featuring house band Mike Mosby and the HardHittas.

Saturday morning is the Privileged Day Conference: The Digital Vision Board. It will be an interactive, goal-oriented conversation amongst young Memphis discussing education, politics and economics. The goal is to create a collective digital vision board with goals and action items for young Memphis to execute. The panel will include local and national leaders with the conversation being led by Quinton James, co-founder and executive director for Visage Consulting and the Black Collective Political Pac.

The sponsors for the weekend include the Downtown Commission, Fresh Touch Publicity, Milton Memphis Entertainment, Tee Shirt Lab, and Budweiser, Teach For America.

GET MORE INFO AT www.PrivilegedMemphis.com and/or GET TICKETS HERE.




FTP Sponsors #PrivilegedIsLyfe Happy Hour Event

Fresh Touch Publicity is happy to sponsor the #PrivilegedIsLyfe" Happy Hour event hosted by different organizations and community and business leaders throughout Memphis at the new Lyfe Kitchen restaurant downtown Memphis each Thursday 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. This week's Happy Hour will be hosted by K97's Ena Esco. Join us for a margarita and some networking on Cinco de Mayo. This is one of many #BePrivileged events put on by the Privileged Memphis Lifestyle Brand. These events are to foster the development of young professionals and to be social! Meet us there!

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Women’s Luncheon to Endorse Sisterhood

SMYRNA, Ga.- Catty fights and talking behind each other’s backs are a few stigmas associated with the cliché of how “women don’t get along”. Instead of buying in to that cliché, Ieshea Hartwell, Founder of Agapé Christian Counseling Center (ACCC), decided to plan and host a “Sistah Friend Luncheon” Fundraiser to honor and celebrate sisterhood. The event takes place at the Taylor-Brawner Hall in Smyrna on Saturday, August 23rd. It is for women to bring other women, who have impacted their lives in a positive way- that woman could be her mother, sister, aunt, friend, cousin, neighbor, co-worker, etc.

“As women, we don’t spend enough time telling our sisters that they have it going on,” Hartwell laughs. “This event is all about taking that first step to making it a part of our own lives and hopefully it will break cultural and generational curses.”

All guests will be highly encouraged to wear hats for the “Parade of Hats” Runway portion of the program. ACCC’s brother organization, Men on Point, will prepare the food for the luncheon and serve the ladies as a way of honoring them. The keynote speaker is Elaine Bryant, a speaker who definitely is after God’s own heart. Bryant currently serves on ACCC’s Board of Directors as the Treasurer.

The tickets are $25 each and can be purchased online at https://celebratesistahfriends.eventbrite.com or you can purchase them directly from the ACCC by calling 404.913.6221

ACCC is a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization that focuses on the counseling needs of adult individuals, couples and groups and hosts free monthly workshops for the community on various subjects through its W.O.W. Ministries (women of worth).

Pictures from the #Born2Win Domestic Violence Community Summit

Client Ieshea Hartwell of Agape Christian Counseling Center from Atlanta travelled to Memphis to be a panelist for client Walking In A New Life's "Domestic Violence Community Summit" on Saturday, March 8th at the Church Health Center on Union Ave. Below are some pictures from the event. Visit www.wianl.org for more information about the upcoming #Born2Win concert in June and/or information about Domestic Violence.



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Women’s Luncheon to Endorse Sisterhood

Austell, Ga.- Catty fights and talking behind each other’s backs are a few stigmas associated with the cliché of how “women don’t get along”. Instead of buying in to that cliché, Ieshea Hartwell, Founder of Agapé Christian Counseling Center (ACCC), decided to plan and host a “Sistah Friend Luncheon” to honor and celebrate sisterhood on Saturday, August 24th at the Lions Club, 620 Lions Club Dr in Mableton. The event is for women to bring another woman, who has impacted their lives in a positive way- that woman could be her mother, sister, aunt, friend, cousin, neighbor, co-worker, etc.

 

“As women, we don’t spend enough time telling our sisters that they have it going on,” Hartwell laughs. “This event is all about taking that first step to making it a part of our own lives and hopefully it will break cultural and generational curses.”

 

All guests will be highly encouraged to wear hats for the “Parade of Hats” Runway portion of the program. ACCC’s brother organization, Men on Point, will prepare the food for the luncheon and serve the ladies as a way of honoring them. The keynote speaker is Minister Galetha Clemons-Thompson, a dynamic motivational speaker whose background is in social services with the Fulton County Department of Family and Children Services. Other special invited guests include local Filmmaker/Producer Yvonne Pierre and members of the Salvation Army Staff on Luckie Street.

 

The tickets are $25 each and can be purchased online at www.sistahsupport.eventbrite.com or you can purchase them directly from the ACCC by calling 404.913.6221.

 

ACCC is a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization that focuses on the counseling needs of adult individuals, couples and groups and hosts free monthly workshops for the community on various subjects through its W.O.W. Ministries (women of worth).