Glitz and glamour
She knows how important it is to offer party goers a unique experience that they could enjoy.
“I started Glitz Entertainment because I wanted to bring a string of parties where people got more than they bargained for. That they could come out and be treated and just have a great time and good value for money.
“The first event was entitled Champagne Showers … and a Bottle of Rum in November 2012. Patrons were treated to packages where for $40 they got the basic package which included a 26 ounce plastic cup and a minibus pass and for the $60 package patrons got either a cognac glass or margarita glass and a pass for the air conditioned coach bus on the event. On the night patrons were treated to two exclusive party stops and then the ultimate final stop of being taken on a cruise,” she said.
Skeete said that Tequila Sunset was the second event she staged. That was held in entitled February and consisted of a cruise with a surprise element added.
“Patrons were surprised midway when another barge appeared and took them onshore to a beach tiki party set up. Thereafter buses appeared and took patrons on a mini bus party back to their vehicles. The third event – Safari Cooler Bus party was earlier this month and was true to its name. Patrons were treated to glow cups, sticks and other glow items,” the organiser noted.
For Crop-Over Skeete said she is organising one other event, Journey to Atlantica which is a toga themed breakfast event.
“Patrons will be treated to a premium drinks inclusive themed breakfast included garden party catered by Caribbean Villas Chef Dane Saddler and then move onto a premium drinks inclusive cruise on the Jolly Roger.
“Patrons enjoy the events and can be sure that when they come to a Glitz event you not only get more than you can imagine but also are guaranteed to fully enjoy the experience,” she said.
As she seeks to build the brand, the young entrepreneur is inviting you to check out the videos of previous Glitz Entertainment on YouTube and on their Facebook page. (DS)
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