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Motu Viget Spirits & Ty Mopkins: Center Of Attraction Gala
March 10 @ 7:00 pm - March 11 @ 12:00 am
You are cordially invited to Motu Viget Spirits and Ty Mopkins: ‘Center Of Attraction’ a celebration of entrepreneurs, creatives, activist & ‘the doers’ in the community whom embody the spirit & legacy of Detroit, MI while helping to shape its future.
‘Center of Attraction’ is an invite only black tie/black dress formal affiar. Consisting of networking and connecting with community while enjoying a ‘Golden Era’ 80’s & 90’s hip hop and R&B soundtrack by DJ Steady Rock and a World Class Arts Exhibition curated by MOCAD. There will be a complimentary tasting of courtesy of Motu Viget Spirits and a strolling dinner provided for the first 2 hours of this event.
‘Center of Attraction’ will serve also serve as a fundraiser for two very noteworthy causes: The Jalen Rose Leadership Academy Detroit, Michigan is a tuition-free public charter high school on the northwest side of the city that focuses on rigorously preparing youth to get accepted and to graduate college.
The 2nd organization this event is supporting is the Universal Hip Hop Museum in the Bronx, New York. Anchored in the birthplace of Hip Hop, UHHM is an institution currently under construction, set to open in 2024. It’s purpose is to preserve the history of Hip Hop Culture, to celebrate and educate the masses about Hip Hop music/business and its impact as global phenomena… and to inspire and empower the next generation of leaders. It is an honor to support these two entities at our inaugural function, that play a significant role in cultivating leadership on both a local and national scale. We are asking that you contribute a donation to both causes or one of your choosing.
Please share this link amongst your network to assist with the donations of these organizations.
Motu Viget Spirits would like to Thank everyone in advance for your generosity in making donations to our two benefiting organizations. (Jalen Rose Leadership Academy and The Universal Hip Hop Museum)