iGlow Mentoring Girls’ Empowerment Brunch with Gabrielle Douglas at Donald E. Stephens Convention Center on October 14

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iGlow Mentoring Girls’ Empowerment Brunch with Gabrielle Douglas at Donald E. Stephens Convention Center on October 14

Ending up with a title is the ultimate goal of anyone who has ever played pro sports or poisoned a king. Learn how to achieve your dreams with this GrouponLive deal to the Pink Pearls and Pretty Dresses Girls’ Empowerment Brunch featuring Gabrielle Douglas and her mother, Natalie Hawkins, at Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. For $ 40, you get one general-admission ticket for Sunday, October 14, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. (up to a $ 60 value, including all fees). Open exclusively to girls and their female guardians, the event includes:

  • Admission for one to the general session with Gabrielle Douglas and Natalie Hawkins
  • Brunch
  • One custom iGlow bag
  • Pink-carpet access

After 18 months of intense training away from her family, gymnast Gabrielle Douglas, at the age of 16, achieved the unthinkable, becoming the first African American all-around champion in Olympic history. With her wide grin and easygoing attitude, Gabby’s effortless confidence—gold medals notwithstanding—has no doubt served as an inspiration to many young women around the world, making her an ideal candidate to share iGlow Mentoring’s message of female empowerment.

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