Business parks can be pretty boring… unless, it’s a biz park after dark! What? Never tried it? Well, Yelp Baltimore Elites and their guests did for what ended up being “the mullet” of all Elite Events: business in the front and party in the back! The freshest foods from Nalley Fresh and the freshest beats thanks to an old skool Hip-Hop theme? What wasn’t to love?!
Yelp Baltimore Elites marked the 40th anniversary of Hip Hop with the dopest event of summer: Yelp Keeps it Fresh!
Folks headed to the newest Nalley Fresh location in Hunt Valley for a night of fun and the freshest, healthiest, yummiest meals around.
"Thanks goes out the the owner of Nalley Fresh (Greg Nalley). He allowed us to have a true day to day experience of ordering what we wanted from burritos, rice bowls, and salads," explains Valarie J. "There were so many combinations to pick. At least six different proteins to choose and then the large veggie station options, sauces, and toppings." Making magic in a cup was Deep Eddy Vodka as well, the perfect kick for every mixer.
Elites were gracious enough to welcome a handful of "Elites in training" for this event as well. "I rave so much about Yelp and Yelp events to friends. This was a great opportunity for them to see how Yelp really gets down. They were blown away," says Valarie J continues.
I had the time of my life," exclaims April S, who also became a fan of The Digilog Crew. "The DJ had me on the dance floor…ALL NIGHT LONG, playing all my hits, jams, songs; I honestly sweat my clothes out. I was a Dancing Machine!"
Plus, "the photobooth was fun because it allowed you to bring out your creativity," says Wallace S.
Elites and their guests mixed it up with a game of "find that Yelper," winning prizes for everything from gala tickets to official Yelp tees to they could keep looking fly well after the party! Truly a night worthy of the occassion!
Until the next time, SYOY –
Yelp Bmore CM Elsa M, "Big Poppa," and their own "Elite-in-training-to-be!"