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Yelp Baltimore’s Light Bright Night Sets the City Aglow!

The great philosopher Vanilla Ice once said: "Turn off the lights, and I glow." If only he were Yelp Baltimore Elite. Imagine just how much he would have had at Yelp's Light Bright Night… a night filled with Bacardi, beef, and beats!

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More than 70 elites put on their brightest neon and glow-in-the-dark digs and got on down to The Get Down - one of Bmore's most beloved clubs. Heather Q "loved the wall over the dance floor that kept lighting up. It even had a packman scene at one point. How cool?!"   

The exclusive dance party for Elites and their guests turned the entire club into one big Hasbro haze, with DJ Mic_L killin' the turn tables and elites droppin' it on the dance floor. "The DJ played music from the three decades of my life," says a still very-pumped Taheerah B. "I was jamming to reggae, Prince, Rihanna, Michael Jackson in the same night. I think I shouted 'That's my song' over 10 times." 

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The dance-machine elite also loved the flavored Bacardi Rums, which were "A M A Z I N G! The bartenders made cocktails that were truly out of this world. My favorite was the 'Cherry Coke.'" American Harvest also provided some liquid courage, much to Sam S' enjoyment. She loved the "vodka drinks so much, that she and her boyfriend made a note to pick some up" after the party.

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South Carolina BBQ & Catering rolled up in its food truck pilled high with delectable pulled pork, ribs, pit beef, mac and cheese, and salad (for non-carnivore consumers), much to the delight of some very-hungry elites. The spread definitely won over Dan A: "I mean, you can't really go wrong with BBQ…but South Carolina BBQ & Catering really stepped up to the plate and hit a home run! The ribs were moist and meaty, the pulled pork was tender, and the beef brisket had a wonderful hickory smoke flavor to it."

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A counter for glow-in-the-dark makeup counter was set up adjacent to the fabulous Charm City Photo Booths mobile studio, which had more props than elites could have ever hoped for. Ada G tried to take the entire photography team home: "I want one of those booths in my house!" 

In the words of Syreeta B: "I don't think there was a single person at this event who didn't have a great time. I loved it and can't wait until we all meet again!"

WOOHOO! Will do 🙂

Until then, check out more pictures here and SYOY!

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Elsa M.

Yelp Baltimore CM