CCMM x Michelle Obama Contest
A Conversation with Former First Lady Michelle Obama
february 5 2018 | 6:30pm-8:00pm | PALAIS DES CONGRÈS DE MONTREAL
1001 Jean Paul Riopelle Pl, Montreal
As a transformative First Lady, Mrs. Obama launched and led four key initiatives: Let’s Move!, to address the challenge of childhood obesity; Joining Forces, to support veterans, service members, and their families; Reach Higher, to inspire young people to seek higher education; and Let Girls Learn, to help adolescent girls around the world go to school.
Sévrine Labelle, President and CEO of Femmessor Québec, will host the discussion with Former First Lady Michelle Obama following her speech.
FBG x CCMM CONTEST
Four Brown Girls always wants to ensure that everyone gets equal opportunities to attend momentous events like this one. With the generosity and collaboration of the Chambers of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, we are able to make this a reality. Win the opportunity to hear Michelle Obama speak at the Palais des Congrès de Montreal on Monday February 5th in Montreal for a moment of empowerment, courtesy of the first African-American First Lady of the United States of America. Check below for the details of the contest.
The Competition is open to Black female Canadian residents over 19 years old.*
Eligibility requirements include a valid residential address, contact number and e-mail.
Participation in this contest is purely voluntary.
No purchase is necessary for participating in the Contest.
*Transportation not included in prize. All winners must be able to present themselves at Palais Des Congrès (1001 Jean Paul Riopelle PL, Montreal) at 5:00 pm on February 5th, 2018.
Tag and get four (4) new people to follow Four Brown Girls on Instagram @four.brown.girls
Winners will be contacted through direct messaging on Instagram by Saturday February 3rd, 2018, to collect their prize.
Contest ends on Friday February 2nd, 2018 at 11:59 PM
ABOUT MICHELLE OBAMA
Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama is a lawyer, writer, and the wife of the 44th President, Barack Obama. She was the first African-American First Lady of the United States. Through her four main initiatives, she has become a role model for women and an advocate for healthy families, service members and their families, higher education, and international adolescent girls education.