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"Women On The Move" Comes To Atlanta

 BOYNTON BEACH, FL - All are invited to join Women On The Move and CIROC Premium Vodka as they bring the Charity Fundraiser, "Feel Love, Show Love, Honor Love" to Atlanta, Georgia on Feb. 12th, 2011, at The Mason Murer Art Gallery, located at 199 Armour Drive, Atlanta, Ga.

This event, which supports the grant programs for Women On The Move, a non-profit 501c3 organization, will consist of an elegant evening filled with signature CIROC Red Berry, Coconut, and original Vodka mixed drink recipes, Champagne, Red and White wine, Delicious Gourmet Buffet-Style food prepared by one of the BEST chefs in all of Atlanta, music by one of the hottest DJ’s, and mingling with the Who’s Who of Atlanta all evening.

Hosted by Karyn Greer of Atlanta’s 11 Alive news, and V-103’s Ramona DeBreaux, the event will honor local Atlanta women who are "On The Move" in the fields of music, entertainment, media, business, and philanthropy. This is a great way to spend Valentine’s Day Weekend!

Invited guests include Valerie Jackson, Mo'Nique, Roger Bobb, Bob Johnson, Congressman John Lewis, Mayor Kasim Reed, and many other exciting people.

Sponsors of the event include Barefoot Wine and Bubbly, Uptown Magazine, NUVO, Don Julio Tequila, Fx4 Boutique, and The W Hotel, midtown Atlanta.


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