“We have something for everyone”
MILWAUKEE, WI – In efforts to form unity among some of Milwaukee’s most prestigious history makers, the Milwaukee Urban Entertainment Alliance (MUEA), African World Festival (AWF) and Gee’s Clippers partnered and brought the city of Milwaukee an unforgettable event.
“The All White Affair on the Lake” was held at Discovery World in July 2010. Generations ranging from the ages of 21 to 80 enjoyed an evening of live music, fireworks, and dancing by the scenic lakeside. Various promoters, marketers, citizens and sponsors teamed up to help make this one of Milwaukee’s most memorable events.
Recently, Kwabena A. Nixon, Milwaukee Urban Entertainment Alliance’s president, lead an election campaign, “We Don’t Just Promote, We Vote,” with various local promoters to help lead the community, young and old, to vote on election day.
To keep the torch lit in the spirit of unity within the community, African World Festival, Twin Towers Entertainment, Milwaukee Black Info.com and the Milwaukee Urban Entertainment Alliance will join forces on Friday, Nov. 26 (the day after Thanksgiving, “Black Friday”) to host the 2nd Annual “The Black Out II: The All Black Gala.”
The ballrooms of the beautiful and renovated Crown Plaza Hotel, located at 6401 S. 13th St., will be the host location. Enjoy the evening in an ambiance of our attendees wearing their finest all black, After 5 attire in an upscale environment with live performances and music from some of Milwaukee’s hottest entertainment.
“The Black Out II: All Black Gala” is not just about socializing, but entrepreneurship & economic development. If you’re looking for a professional networking outlet with positive, diverse, entrepreneurial individuals that are economically minded, but also like to have a good time, then the Black Out Gala is where you need to be, said Dr. Robert Davis
The evening cannot end without giving special recognition to MUEA’s Marketing Director and Stick 2 The Script President, Mr. Mike Whittley and MUEA’s November Birthday Honorees.
For more information, visit www.TheBlackOutMilwaukee.com or call (877) 7MY-MUEA.
May 2, 2014 //
May 2, 2014 //
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