Girls Inc. Of Chattanooga Goes Virtual For 2020 Unbought And Unbossed Celebration

Monday, May 18, 2020

Girls Inc. of Chattanooga will host the 16th Annual UnBought and UnBossed Awards online on Thursday, May 28. The Virtual Remix will stream live on the Girls Inc. website, Facebook page and YouTube channel from 12-1 p.m. 

Organizers at Girls Inc. of Chattanooga have been working to celebrate the nine strong, smart and bold women from the community who were selected as this year’s UnBought and UnBossed honorees. This virtual event aims to do that and more with special guest appearances and messages from Girls Inc. girls.

“Now, more than ever, we need to recognize those who inspire our communities and future generations through their service and career achievements,” said Melissa Blevins, CEO. “This event is an opportunity to pause as a community and honor women who have done just that.”

Girls Inc. thanks the donors, partners and sponsors who have already supported the event through the purchase of tickets and tables. The awards luncheon typically draws more than 800 attendees and Girls Inc. hopes to reach an even larger audience with this historic virtual event. The event is free, and registration is optional.

To learn more about the UnBought and UnBossed Virtual Remix, please visit www.girlsincofchatt.org/ubub.


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