RAAP Networks did it again! Yesterday the group held its annual “Eat.Drink.Flirt.Mix.Mingle.Dance” Super Bowl Party at the Holiday Inn off Chamblee Dunwoody Rd.

The party was filled with sophisticated men, women and couples who were looking to enjoy a good game and some good tunes.

Folks arriving to the event were greeted with receptionists adorned in referee ensembles and warm smiles.

Even a few Falcon fans showed out to support Ray Lewis in hopes that he would take home the Super Bowl championship.
The game was shown in the lobby area and in the ballroom where mega jumbo trons and flat screens gave everyone the best seat in the house.

There was a variety of party food available for purchase– like pizza, chicken tenders, hot wings and fried fish. Additionally, there were three fully stocked bars with quick service designed not to disturb the party and to compliment the grub.

Party-goers were invited to enjoy the pre-game entertainment from 4-6 as the band Gritz and Jelly Butter gave a live performance. After the band played their rendition of the wobble and some original tunes the crowd was invited to watch the game.

From the start of the game there were high-fives and applause as the Ravens began to take control of the scoreboard.

Halftime served as party time as a sexy game of musical chairs with 6 men, 6 women and 6 chairs ensued leaving one winner with the grand prize of $20 and a Jordan bag.
As Beyonce hit the stage for her halftime performance, all patrons quickly gathered to their seats in awe and expectancy of the anticipated performance by the “female Michael Jackson,” according to a Beyonce fan in attendance.

Immediately after Bey’s performance was an uproar of applause and a chorus of “That girl bad” swept about the room.

Dj Lonnie Luv and Dangerous D did a great job entertaining the crowd during the blackout.
Nonetheless, the 49ers spectacular comeback brought everyone’s attention back on the game and even caused a few Raven fans to leave the room.

Ultimately, the event was loads of fun and a great outing for those who enjoy partying with a crowd of pleasant and courteous adults who enjoy a drama-free good time.

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