AT&T 28 Days


AT&T 28 DaysI wanted to share some great and exciting news with everyone. Last Thursday, I received an invitation to cover an event for Black History Month, which is being sponsored by AT&T. Delivering the keynote address will be political journalist and activist Jeff Johnson. And also in attendance delivering a musical performance will be rhythm & blues sensation Elle Varner. The event will be hosted by Rickey Smiley. With my invitation, I not only get to cover the event for my site, I also receive VIP access to a meet and greet after the event with the special guests. Again, this is very exciting for me. It is always humbling when someone recognizes and appreciates the work you do. For more details, check out the information below.

DETROIT, Feb. 25, 2013, PR Newswire

AT&T returns to Detroit for a second year with its 28 Days speaker series event, featuring political journalist, Jeff Johnson. Johnson will motivate and inspire Detroit residents to make their mark on history this Black History Month and throughout the year. AT&T 28 Days features a multi-city speaker series tour that consists of some of today’s most influential leaders and trend setters who will provide their perspectives on how consumers can come together to create a future of their own.

For 2013, 28 Days will feature a brand new host, comedian and radio personality Rickey Smiley, and a musical performance from R&B breakout star, Elle Varner. AT&T created 28 Days in 2009 to highlight the month of February as more than a reflection of the past, but as an unimaginable footprint to what the future holds beyond Black History Month.

 
Tickets for the Jeff Johnson speaking event are available for free on a first come first serve basis, at www.28daysdetroit.eventbrite.com. For further information regarding 28 Days, please visit att.com/28days.

4 responses

  1. Congratulations my brotha. I’ve heard brotha Johnson he’s a great speaker. I’d show up for Ms. Varner alone. Hopefully I can get away for this wonderful event. Enjoy I’m proud of You.

  2. Hi Glen, I don’t remember if you ever discussed this matter but I would like to know your point of view on the matter of buying vintage/pre-owned/used clothes -of course i’m not talking about underwear, haha-.
    Have you ever bought used clothing?
    I’m sorry if I don’t write in english very well, thanks in advance, from Porto Alegre, Brazil, Paulo

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