Zarwin Baum’s March Madness Party Pixs & Link PLUS INSTAGRAM PIXS FOR THE WEEK –
OMG I know how lame, well only if you’re already following me on MY Instagram, FB and
@iPhillyChitChat and you’ve caught these shots before, but this is the longest run on sentence, anyway I had a huge photo shoot yesterday (Philly Mag Column) and am sorting through hundreds of photos getting them ready for media peeps but since I haven’t missed a entry in four years I thought I’d whip this one up. I go crazy on Instagram, these are just some of my favs or they have info attached which could be helpful.
Did you know you can watch March Madness at the Shops of Liberty Place 16th and Chestnut Streets. They have a food court so you can grab a bite to eat too.
Caught this guy at 15th and Locust Streets last night. Guess he lost a dare.
Check out the Addam’s Family playing at the Academy Music through Sunday. Fun for the kids, fun for the adults. This was a meet and greet with kids on Wednesday. So funny the actors stayed in character and their answers were crazy. Like when one of the kids asked Wednesday (r) what she did for fun she said tie up her brother and or juggle butcher knives. Have you discovered VINE Yet. Follow me on PhillyChitChat https://vine.co/v/bpxv0brXgHK
I had a great mentor myself: Michael Klein at the Philly Inquirer
Dave Shea and Christie Honigman, The Honigman Group – Public Relations at O’Shea’s
They finally finished the fields in Fairmount, but where are the bleachers going to go?
Another shot from the March Madness event last night, this is from the AfterParty held at Del Frisco’s. My hat is off to Stacey Kracher, Marketing Director of Zarwin Baum, what an amazing job she did this year. The Crystal Tea Room was set up in a way I had never seen before, and the room flowed easily without much congestion, even though there were over 2,000 people in attendence at one time or another during the day. Today I wrote up a little of the who was there at PhillyMag.com, and Monday I’ll cover a little more of what the room looked like. Plus I forgot to mention the great job Brownstone PR did with assisting in the production, as well as the social media aspect of the day. Ian M Crumm and Randyl Case were the best dance partners last night and we ended our night to the tunes of Dan Cronin who was spinning in the Vault at Del Frisco’s. Check out the PhillyMag column HERE