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One of a kind era costumes. 1920's Flapper fashion, Roaring 20's, flapper dress and Moulin Rouge, Can Can, Saloon Girl, Showgirl Costumes with headbands, beads, scarves, shawls, or boas. Also unique Renaissance, Halloween, Mardi Gras, New Years Eve fancy dresses for Red Hat Society, Pink Hatters, weddings, themed events, theater, plays, parties, Murder Mystery dinner theater, Antique & Vintage Car Shows, collecting.
Mikel Marketing brought the Roaring 20’s back to the newly renovated
Jesse Jones built the
Here's a view from one of the balconies on the 23rd floor of the Commerce Towers.
Guests arrived dressed as Flappers and Gansters.
They made a stop at the best bar in town. The “Speakeasy” bar was set up to serve Classic 1920’s Martinis, the popular Mint Julep, the sassy Pink Murder, and the Backseat Boogie. The servers were also passing around cognac for guests to sip and champagne. Top resteraunts served delicious and well-known hors d’oeuvres from classic dishes that started in the 20’s, such as the lamb "lollipops: with classic BBQ sauce, bread pudding with sauce, crab cakes, “Speakeasy” spinach dip, Prime Rib with 3 different sauces, and a few select Greek dishes.
The highlight of the evening, nationwide independent recording artist, “Maria Williams Band” performed their “Big Band” sounds with classics from Sonatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Tommy Dorsey, etc. The music set off the flapper girls to dance the night away. Guests who know the Fox trot, the
This was a spectacular event. Very posh, with the best of the best of everything. The food was scrumptious, the alcohol flowed, and the band played on. Mikel Marketing did a great job.
See another great article about this event in the Mikel Marketing newsletter http://mikelmarketing.com/0408.html.
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Christmas is a lonely time for our soldiers abroad.
We miss our soldiers with all of our hearts-but they miss us even more. Let's send some Christmas cheer and make their Holiday Season a little brighter.
We are going to fill a HUGE stocking. Donations can be small wrapped gifts such as new movies(DVD's), music CD's, books, Christmas candy & cookies, coffee, cocoa, toiletries, anything small. Please gift wrap your donations, and feel free to add a card, or note expressing how much we appreciate them.
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My brother-in-law served 2 tours in Iraq, and believe me, the soldiers desperately need some Christmas cheer. It's very hard for them this time of year. They miss their families at home, the festivities, and the home cooked Christmas dinner. Just sending them a little something, reminds our soldiers that they are in our thoughts, and that we are praying for the next year's Christmas to be spent at home.