Girls Night Out at LUA – Dec. 7th

12/7/2009 Update:

Fun night of shopping & mingling!

Hundreds of shoppers showed up to enjoy the NYC Skyline, have a few cocktails, and most importantly – shop for fun and unique holiday gifts! Show is supposed to last till 10pm, so if you hurry – you might still be able to catch them!

12/5/2009:

Gina Avoletta and Amy Grossberg are proud to announce the 7th Annual Shop till You Drop Event on December 7th from 6-10pm at Lua Restaurant (1300 Sinatra Drive)!

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Shopping and Charity Event!

This event was initially started to promote local woman in business and at the same time raise money for the underprivileged children in Hoboken; children who maybe wouldn’t have a Christmas if it wasn’t for donations. Come and get a jump up on some Holiday Shopping with a beverage in your hand!

32 vendors will be selling jewelry, handbags, clothing, accessories and gifts for both Men and Woman. You can also get a mini manicure or meet with a skin consultant. Make sure you enter the raffle and get a chance to win a one of 32 gifts from one of participating vendors. 100% of the money goes to charity.

Also don’t forget to get your picture taken with Santa! All proceeds from the pictures go to another great charity, Golden Huggs Animal Rescue We are also collecting coats, scarf’s, hats and gloves that night.

Last year was PACKED so make sure to get there early. The first guests to arrive with receive a GIFT BAG!

Call 201-876-1900 for additional information…

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40 Comments on "Girls Night Out at LUA – Dec. 7th"

kooky kat
Member

Ironically, I had forgotten about the details of this case, then this article popped up, and then when someone recognized her name, I happened upon this special. If anyone else has forgotten what this chick and her boyfriend did, there is a show today at 3 on either VH1 or E (I think E) called Fatal Beauty 15 Most Notorious Women. Not a list I would like to be on!

kooky kat
Member

“Giving back to the community, one overpriced, homemade greeting card at a time”!

escaped68
Member

Amy can throw all the parties,go to parties,& breathe– what can the dead baby do?

emarche
Member

Amen, Easy.

Although…hang on: so according to shoppedope’s line of thinking, if OJ Simpson threw a few fundraisers and gave back to the community, he’d be in the clear? Interesting.

If we ‘disagree with decisions Amy has made in the past’? Really? Did you actually type that? Let me get this straight: she murdered a baby and threw it in a dumpster. Last time I checked, that’s not a choice you ‘disagree’ with. That’s murder and it’s disgusting.

shoppegirl28
Member
shoppegirl28

Even if you disagree with decisions Amy has made in the past, the fact is that she has thrown this event for 7 yrs and it gives back to the community and that is what’s important. Who thinks they are entitled to judge other people. The real question you all should be asking yourself is: “What have I done today, to help my fellow man or the planet?”

Easy-E
Member

Things I didn’t do today:

I didn’t stab anyone in the face, I didn’t set a puppy on fire, nor did I kick an old lady in the keister, I didn’t even bash my newborn child’s head in, I mean who hasn’t wanted to do that at least once? Am I right, or what?

Things I did do today:

I held a door open for a few people, I smiled and said thank you to people who waited on me, I tipped, picked up a bit of trash on Washington Street and put it in a trash can. Which of course totally absolves me had I done any of those horrible things. I figure I deserve to do SOMETHING mean tomorrow considering how I’ve gone out of my way to give back to the community and all.

Yay me! I’m a good boy!

Look out, some random dude is totally gonna get kicked in the balls tomorrow.

/sarcasm off

In response to shoppegirl28 who said:
Even if you disagree with decisions Amy has made in the past, the fact is that she has thrown this event for 7 yrs and it gives back to the community and that is what’s important. Who thinks they are entitled to judge other people. The real question you all should be asking yourself is: “What have I done today, to help my fellow man or the planet?”

mooshu
Member
mooshu

I’m sure that Santa will have something nice for you even after that kick in the balls.

Beautifully written.

In response to Easy-E who said:
Things I didn’t do today:

I didn’t stab anyone in the face, I didn’t set a puppy on fire, nor did I kick an old lady in the keister, I didn’t even bash my newborn child’s head in, I mean who hasn’t wanted to do that at least once? Am I right, or what?

Things I did do today:

I held a door open for a few people, I smiled and said thank you to people who waited on me, I tipped, picked up a bit of trash on Washington Street and put it in a trash can. Which of course totally absolves me had I done any of those horrible things. I figure I deserve to do SOMETHING mean tomorrow considering how I’ve gone out of my way to give back to the community and all.

Yay me! I’m a good boy!

Look out, some random dude is totally gonna get kicked in the balls tomorrow.

/sarcasm off

elainetyger
Member
elainetyger

Bull. She could do a million different things to help other people without getting her picture published and her name out there. I have respect for people who do their time and then live humbly, cooking dinner for the homeless or visiting hospices or something giving of themselves without throwing a party about it. Fame and public appearances are not moral for convicted felons.

In response to shoppegirl28 who said:
Even if you disagree with decisions Amy has made in the past, the fact is that she has thrown this event for 7 yrs and it gives back to the community and that is what’s important. Who thinks they are entitled to judge other people. The real question you all should be asking yourself is: “What have I done today, to help my fellow man or the planet?”

mooshu
Member
mooshu

Please. Some of us walk our walk. But that doesn’t excuse us from lying and then fighting to avoid the kind of punishment we know we deserve for vicious crimes we might commit. How many people would serve far more than 2.5 years for what she did?

Why don’t you admit that it’s easy for some to forget the past when it’s convenient for them.

In response to shoppegirl28 who said:
Even if you disagree with decisions Amy has made in the past, the fact is that she has thrown this event for 7 yrs and it gives back to the community and that is what’s important. Who thinks they are entitled to judge other people. The real question you all should be asking yourself is: “What have I done today, to help my fellow man or the planet?”

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