Kick-off 2022 with a bang in the city of Atlanta, GA with the inaugural FlowHERS awards, which does just as its name suggests, give our women in the entertainment and entrepreneurial space, their flowers while they are still alive.
Here is every you need to know about this monumental event.
The FlowHERS Awards to debut MAIN EVENT in Atlanta, GA! — On Saturday, January 8, 2022, it will bring together, acknowledge, and give #FlowHERS to women dominating in their industry.
Presented by A Publicist-ran Networking HubThe FlowHERS Awards is an Elite Networking event and Co-Ed Women’s Awards Ceremony in Atlanta, GA. Professional Women and Men from all over are expected to be in attendance for an evening of fun and celebration, along with many High-Profile Nominees, Special Guests, Performers and Affiliates!
This highly anticipated event will be hosted by Professor Honey (Nerissa Reaves) and co-hosted by NFL player and recording artist Jordan Moore. — In one place, at The Legacy Center, attendees will be able to enjoy a Floral Carpet experience, free-flowing floor plan, refreshments, full dinner, media lounge, vendors, live performances/interactions, and an amazing award show. Those attending will also be able to make valuable connections, enjoy a night of unforgettable experiences, and incredible sounds by Dj Stormy!
Nominees include Latisha Scott (Love & Marriage Huntsville), Alexis Branch, Chef Dorian Hunter (Master Chef Winner), Blasian Baby Lola, and many more! Nomination ballots are currently open for voting here. Tickets are now available for purchase via Eventbrite.
The purpose of this event is to give these women their #flowers while they are still here.
The FlowHERs Awards was created to recognize, acknowledge, and shed light on women in various industries, to show them that their work matters and does not go unnoticed. Many people tend to focus on giving flowers when it’s too late & here, the narrative will be changed! The FlowHERs Awards is an event you don’t want to miss!
This night to remember will go down in history as one of Atlanta’s most memorable and respected events.