About the event
Many may know me by: "The Coupon Diva" This will be my SECOND annual event. I am a survivor of Domestic Violence. 20 years ago, In my FIRST Marriage.. I was in a Mentally & Physically ABUSED. I was AFRAID to leave. Although I have remarried, I still walk around with DEEP FEAR, and ANXIETY from the abuse I endured from my first marriage. Because I am a SURVIVOR of Domestic Violence, I am ALIVE living out my PURPOSE by telling my story, and giving hope to someone else, there is help, and you can get out. Domestic Violence is REAL. It's happening everywhere. In the church, in the pulpit, most Pastors don't want to touch on the subject, some of them are ABUSERS as well. It doesn't matter if you were the Abuser, or the one that got Abused, PAIN is PAIN. Hurt People often HURT PEOPLE. Let's come together, and put a STOP to Domestic Violence. Featuring Bishop Marvin Sapp LIVE in Concert. Bishop Sapp has enjoyed a decorated music career receiving 10 Grammy nominations, 22 Stellar Awards, 2 Soul Train Music Awards, 2 BET Awards, 2 Dove Awards, and 8 BMI songwriter’s awards for sales along with many other accolades and honors from national, regional, and local institutions. Opening up for Bishop Sapp will be National Recording Artist Andre Cavor, and The Cavor Project Band. Guest Speaker: Laura Cowan~Award Winning Advocate . Activist . Educator . Speaker . Radio Personality DJ Robert Johnson Jr. "Line Dance King" will be hosting the after party from 8:00 - 10:00 pm. This event will PACK OUT HEAVY... PRAISE & WORSHIP Tickets ONLY $50.00 VIP Tickets ONLY $65.00 Food & Non Alcoholic Beverages included, and early admission. Tickets can be purchased through eventbrite, or you may pay at the door. for more information call or text The Coupon Diva (Minister Althea Cavor) 216- 315-0919 Doors open up at 4:00 pm for VIP ticket sales. The extra $15.00 will be due upon arrival at 4:00 pm for food & early VIP intrance into the venue.
Why should you sponsor?
It would help me offer free, or discounted tickets to over 500 people that would be able to come, nd get educated on domestic violence.