Courvoisier At BET After-party

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House of Courvoisier served up a luxury experience to partygoers, playing host to 1,500 attendees representing the who’s who of urban entertainment, sports, music, press and politics at a transformed Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

Russell Simmons (center, in photo on right), record executive, producer, businessman extraordinaire and the head of a $300 million conglomerate, takes time out from partying to chat with Courvoisier representatives at the Official BET Awards After Party at the House of Courvoisier, held recently at Hollywood’s Roosevelt Hotel. 

From left, Cynthia Andrada, assistant PR manager; Allen Spence, brand manager; Simmons; Nina Shay, Courvoisier Ambassadrice; and Grace Moran, coordinator. House of Courvoisier served up a luxury experience to partygoers, playing host to 1,500 attendees representing the who’s who of urban entertainment, sports, music, press and politics at a transformed Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. 

Guests partied into the wee hours of the night sipping a variety of signature Courvoisier cocktails, enjoying hearty hors d’oeuvres and dancing to the hot R & B and hip-hop sounds by the “Master of Music,� DJ Biz Markie.

Courvoisier reminds consumers to “drink smart.� For more information about
Courvoisier cognac and corporate responsibility visit
www.couvoisier.com and www.drinksmart.com.


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