Atlanta: Harlem Fave Angela Simmons Celebrates Black History Month In Atlanta


February is Black History Month and we have been celebrating all month-long; I have an exclusive invite from the good people over at Pepsi that’s totally star-studded, with Harlem fave Angela Simmons and many more. Pepsi is celebrating black history, spotlighting icons in the entertainment and sports arena with its #TheRecipe Event that’s been going all across the country. You can’t have a black history event without coming to the ATL!

Related: Danny Simmons talks with Danny Tisdale at The Danny Tisdale Show on Harlem World Radio Podcast.

If you are in ATL you will definitely want to be in the house for Pepsi’s #The Recipe that’s going to be dope. Click the link for details below.

We have exclusive access to Pepsi’s #TheRecipe event in Atlanta that will feature an exciting panel discussion with Angela Simmons, Laz Alonso, Will Packer and NFL players Devonta Freeman and Roddy White. The star-studded panel discussion features how they came to success in their respective fields of entertainment and sports. Guests will have the opportunity to network before and after the panel discussion.

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Check out hashtag: #TheRecipe on instagram/twitter today and RSVP here.

Space is LIMITED.

Don’t miss out on the fun. It’s going to be dope!

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