Legends speak to a legacy that never dies. As Detroit sets its focus on renewing its spirit, M3G’s Mobile Media Marketing Group (M3G) has set its sights on sowing into our city’s youth — investing in Detroit’s greatest resource, our children, and in the process building legends.
On Friday, July 12, 2013, M3G will host its 4th annual Building Legends Yacht Party for yet another unparalleled party experience. During the cruise, seven prominent Metro Detroiters, who are rapidly approaching legendary status, will be honored for their undying commitment to the community and admirable efforts to support our city. The honorees are General Motors executive, Jocelyn Allen; Ambassador Magazine publisher/marketing guru, Dennis Archer, Jr.; entrepreneur/philanthropist, Jo Coleman; Native Detroiter editor/publisher, Sherman Eaton; entrepreneur/philanthropist, Bob McPherson; McDonald’s owner, Errol Service, and entrepreneur/philanthropist, Horatio Williams.
The Building Legends Yacht Party takes place on the renowned Ovation Yacht at the St. Clair Shores’ Jefferson Beach Marina on Saturday, July 12th at 7:00pm. The cruise will commence promptly at 8:00pm and return at 11:00pm with 300 of metro Detroit’s finest tastemakers. Tickets are $150 per person and include an exquisite strolling culinary experience, cocktails, music and dancing.
Proceeds from the Building Legends event will benefit The Modest Foundation, a 501c3 organization that focuses on building healthier communities by providing supplemental health services, including nurses, doctors, dieticians and social workers for the uninsured and underinsured. The Modest Foundation works closely with inner city mothers, children and infants, as well as seniors. Learn more about the remarkable work that this respected nonprofit has done at http://www.themodestfoundation.org.
The evening will also include a silent auction with great restaurant/hotel/spa packages as well as the latest women’s shoes and fashion accessories. M3G will post this branded event on two of its backlit mobile billboards leading up to the sail date to raise awareness.
For more information, please contact Everett Stewart at 313.971.4973.