Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 6, 2010
Scott Miller, Publisher of the stellar sports publication Moves Magazine teamed up on February 3rd with Steve Rifkin’s SRC Records and Silver Dagger, the Lifestyle Brand™ to co-host this year’s Annual Super Bowl Gala at Christine Lee’s, gourmand Asian palace located in the midst of Gulf Stream Racing & Casino.
With eleven-time Pro Bowl and Super Bowl MVP Ray Lewis and three-time Grammy Award winner Ludacris as hosts is it any wonder that the Miami Herald called this Red Carpet extravaganza one of the “Top three events” of this year’s XLIV Super Bowl?
Attending were a frenzy of ‘celebs with sports cred’ from every arena, field and court imaginable. Donovan McNabb, star quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, Albert Haynesworth, defensive tackle for the Washington Redskins, Vernon Davis, tight end for the San Francisco 49ers, Derrick Brooks, one of the top players in Tampa Bay Bucs history, and basketball legend Dennis Rodman were spotted by Doug Mortman of PlayerNet.tv. He should know, the online powerhouse builds Channels and Brands for the worlds’ most popular professional athletes.
Some of the juice flowing was not of the trice-distilled variety. Among the stand out guests were Serge and Natalie Abecassis and Alan Weiner co-founders of Silver Dagger. Also Gino Accettola whose LocalHotspotsUSA.com is migrating from Michigan to South Florida. Found in up- market Hotel lobbys Local Hotspots is the virtual touch screen concierge providing travelers with instant access to the best in dining, destinations and nightlife in the immediate area.
Cool cats from Conjure, Jeff Jenkins, Monte Cristo, Apollo Jets, Neyrot Productions, Sports Link and Euro Motor Sport imbibed exotic Silver Dagger Ultra Premium Dragon Fruit cocktails served with Christine Lee’s famous baby back ribs, savory chicken bites drenched in Oyster Sauce, melt in your mouth beef lollypops and sushi fresh from the morning catch.
The red carpet, by-invitation-only VIP Party moved on premise to Gerry Kelly’s MI-VI NFL Players Party where the revelry continued way into the peep hour.
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