Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 13, 2009
The Stewpendous Awards Post-Party, Presented by The 790 The Zone Foundation and Sponsored By Crown Royal was the place to be on July 11, when well-known personalities in sports, entertainment and media like Boris Kodjoe, Craig Sager and Angie Stone came out to lend their support to The 2 Live Stews and the 790 The Zone Foundation. Guests were treated to a performance by Grammy Award winning, multi-platinum recording artist Big Boi and danced the night away to the sounds of legendary DJ Kid Capri.
Some of the celebrities and tastemakers who attended the Stewpendous Awards Post-Party include: actors Boris Kodjoe, Malik Yoba, Lamman Rucker & Michael Jai White, music producers Brian Michael Cox, Devyne Stephens, Mr. ColliPark, & John Boy, Turner Sports personality Craig Sager, radio analyst and retired NBA player Dennis Scott, actress & former Miss America Kenya Moore, actresses Keisha Knight Pulliam, Demetria McKinney and Terri J. Vaughn, R&B recording artist Angie Stone, Hip-Hop artist V.I.C., NFL players Ovie Mughelli, Bryan Scott, Champ Bailey & Dorsey Levens, Roger Bobb of Tyler Perry Studios & And 1 Basketball player Dennis "Spyda" Chism. Proceeds from the event will benefit the 790 The Zone Foundation.
The 790 The Zone Foundation strives to positively impact the health and welfare of families in communities throughout metropolitan Atlanta through partnerships with local and national nonprofit organizations, providing valuable resources in various aspects of community service. Crown Royal was eager to lend its support to the foundation, because of its commitment to the Atlanta community and Crown Royal's partnership with 790 The Zone radio hosts The 2 Live Stews.
The Stewpendous Awards Post-Party also celebrated the Crown Royal Stewey Awards, which honored ten sports and entertainment personalities and were presented on-air by The 2 Live Stews. Chris Bosh, Chris Paul and Ken Griffey Jr were nominated for the Best "Should Have Been Playing In Atlanta" Award, and Terrell Owens, Plaxico Burress and DeAngelo Hall were selected as nominees for the "Keepin' It Too Real Balla" Award. Other nominees included Matt Ryan, Al Horford, Dr. J, Serena Williams and Dwight Howard. For more information about the 2 Live Stews or the 790 The Zone Foundation, please visit http://www.2livestews.com.
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