Wednesday, December 01, 2010

IT’S OFFICIAL! THE RED CARPET EVENTS IS REPRESENTING SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY

Two Locations in New York City for Private Events

 
(Hollywood, CA) December 1, 2010 - The Red Carpet Events, an event management and production company ranked as one of the top 25 event planning companies by NJ BIZ in 2008, 2009 & 2010, is now representing Southern Hospitality’s Upper East Side and Midtown Manhattan locations for social and private events. Southern Hospitality is one the most unique Tennessee BBQ venues to hit the NYC streets direct from the celebrity visionaries Eytan Sugarman, Trace Ayala and Justin Timberlake.
 
At Southern Hospitality BBQ, you'll find everyone from Hollywood stars to locals, enjoying a comforting menu of fine pulled pork sandwiches, baby back ribs, BBQ chicken, fried catfish among many other southern favorites. Topped off with a true city setting, the classic wood themed walls are brilliantly adorned with authentic Jack Daniel's signage and barrels. Consistently making its mark in the bustling city as a trendsetter, Southern Hospitality was recently featured on E! Entertainment’s The Kendra Show along with being spotlighted on The Wendy Williams Show for their legendary fried pickles in her “Hot Topics” segment.
 
Christy Bareijsza, the Founder and CEO of The Red Carpet Events has years of experience in hosting a diverse variety of events. She has partnered with the finest venues and professionals to create superior productions with style and class. From business meetings to private parties, she has the tools and creativity to plan the perfect event to match the tone and purpose of the occasion, whether it is professional, elegant or trendy. What asked about Southern Hospitality, Christy expressed "We are thoroughly excited to represent such a respected brand like Southern Hospitality that exemplifies the often lost meaning of genuine hospitality. Southern Hospitality understands the value of a dollar with the highest quality of food and service giving guests a warm and comforting sense of being home. That being said, we encourage you to bring your next event home.”
 

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