CUSD Fall Family Summit

IMG_2682I had the pleasure of co-coordinating the “Fall Family Summit” hosted by Chester Upalnd School District.  🙌🏽🧡 Thank You @makingachangegroup for booking with @TheMissingPlug. Major love to all the workshops who came together so the children could have a good time! Follow @TheMissingPlug for more! #TheMissingPlug

 

 

 

Making A Change Group’s “We Are One” Benefit Event

Making A Change Group ‘s annual “We Are One” Benefit event is always exciting. This year along with live performances and a delicious buffet, we incorporated a silent auction of art pieces.  This was my first time coordinating a silent auction & I’m happy to say it was a success 😊 @cory_b_long thank you for trusting me to get the job done! Major love to everyone who came out and donated to our children in the community!

 

The Daily 7 Presents “You Can Sit With Us” Paint Party

I was awarded the opportunity of coordinating a very special event; a paint party with a twist of plant based treats! This paint party was event number #2 of the “You Can Sit With Us” series presented by @TheDaily7Eats. I loved this event, it combined both creativity and community and was held right at the Abstract Reality Art Gallery in downtown Chester, PA.

I really enjoyed myself and learned a few things too! Thanks again Chef Kamya for booking with The Missing Plug! Check out clips of the paint party @TheMissingPlug on Instagram and Facebook.

Working for Tidal #MiaFest2018

This was my second year working for Tidal as a brand ambassador and it was a blast! I worked in the “Members Only Lounge” where VIPs could get free Tidal Merch, be apart of artist meet and greets and more! This year’s highlights for me was watching both Kendrick and Meek perform. I also got to meet rapper Lil B and network with some amazing people during the festival. Who knows what exciting things next year will bring and I’ll be right there front and center!

IMG_0348

Follow @TheMissingPlug on Instagram for live footage of the festival. 

The Missing Plug Award Show Takes Over the City of Chester

 

 

 

Imagine…as you arrived at the entrance of the building, you are welcomed by a red carpet complete with live interviews, photographers and local celebrities. You saw people dressed in red carpet attire looking like A list celebrities. It was an event that was quoted as being a night this city will never forget by multiple people in attendance.

The Missing Plug Award Show was created to honor the different community leaders, entrepreneurs and artists throughout the city of Chester. This award show spotlighted the beauty, hard work, talent, and teamwork that the city of Chester has to offer.

 

 

It was truly an awe-inspiring event. Walking in you received nothing but love, similes, and encouragement from all in attendance. The excitement of honoring all the different hard workers from all over the city filled the room. Community activist and entrepreneur Cory Long quoted “The Award Show is (a) great way to show unity and appreciation for the people that work hard to improve the culture and quality of life in Chester.” The show was completed with live performances from Jamai, Zaje, TYE, and so much more.

The Missing Plug Award Show was a people choice award show as nominees were chosen by submissions from people who wanted to honor someone who they felt deserved it. People could nominate their favorite artist, entrepreneur, and business for a variety of different categories.

The winners were as followed:

People’s Champ: Nasir Leach

Musical Artist of the Year: Zaje & Siti

Entrepreneur of the Year: Breon Barrett

Business of the Year: Abstract Kings

Media Platform of the Year: CMP Radio

Best DJ Winner: DJ Deuxrelle

Visual Artist of the Year: Quan Knox

 

 

Many attendees spoke of already looking forward to next year’s show. Co-host Kristie Barnes stated that this show is “paving the way, giving the youth something to look forward to.”

This Award Show would not have been made possible without the help of the sponsors: Northern Marketing, DJ George, Tech + Wise Group, Reach & Teach Boxing Gym, The Phoenix BBQ & Seafood Pit, Chester Young Professionals, and Market Street Ballroom.

This Award Show was created by The Missing Plug. The Missing Plug is a brand created to enhance the culture with empowering events and multimedia. The Missing Plug coordinates

events and projects. Specializing in entertainment, The Missing Plug also has experience in coordinating business, community and social events. The Missing Plug plans to use our media platform to become #1 in exclusive events, taking ideas and brands to the next level.

The Missing Plug was created in July 2013 by Crystal Burrell. Crystal is an aspiring executive producer who wants to create experiences with purpose. She started this platform originally as a way to expose talent and positive things in her city, Chester PA. Everything began by her doing interviews with local rappers and putting together different events. Under TMP, Crystal created events & projects like Deeper Than Rap Music Show 1 & 2, TMP LIVE Talk Show & Dinner, Women Who Hustle Paint Party, Support The Homies Networking Event, and The Come Up Mixtape (co-coordinated). The Missing Plug has worked with brands like Tidal, Making A Change Group, Big Bad Radio, Crozer Keystone Community Foundation, MJ Freed Theater & more!

-Press Release written by Dupress Northen

#MomBossSlay Empowerment Mixer covered by @TheMissingPlug

As a new mom my biggest concern when I was pregnant was how am I going to maintain The Missing Plug & take care of a baby. I did not want to lose my identify and dreams by becoming a mom. This past weekend I attended my first event dedicated to motherhood & business; Mom, Boss, Slay presented by @jerrewrites. This event consists of beautiful business women on similar journeys as myself. I can say I really enjoyed this event because it let me know I was not alone especially after hearing the panel speak about their different experiences. What I got from this event was that sometimes it may get rough, sometimes its may get overwhelming but all in all its all going to be okay. Being a mom does not mean my life is going to stop it really means it just began. So to all the moms out there, remember to Mom, Boss, Slay! In that order!

Follow @Mom.Boss.Slay to stay plugged in for more events coming to a city near you. 

The Missing Plug’s Made In America Recap 2017

 

The Missing Plug attends Made In America 2017 (9/2 and 9/3) as a brand ambassador for Tidal. While I wasn’t working I was able to check out some performances like Smino, Migos and Solange. If you enjoy this recap video please subscribe to our YouTube channel. For more events & media visit https://themissingplug.com/ 

 

TMP Coordinates: Making A Change Group’s Black History Banquet

Sunday, February 19 Making A Change Group held its annual “Black History Month” Recognition  Ceremony. This banquet honored 6 ordinary people from Chester doing extraordinary in the community and the lives of others.  With over 160 people in attendance, I think it is safe to say this event was an success! Special thanks to Joe Kane, Ashli Rice, Rev. William “Rocky Brown” III, Michael Miller & The Class of ’93.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

 Honorees: Twyla Simpkins, Traci Richardson, Sharona Brown, Breon Barrett, Tamu Garrett and Akeem Taylor. (Click here to view more pics)

Book The Missing Plug to

Plan, Coordinate or Cover

your next event!

Contact Us

About

Services

Women’s March On Washington {Covered by @TheMissingPlug}

Saturday morning, I boarded a coach bus with many women of different backgrounds  and ages. We were all headed to Washington D.C. to be apart of the #WomensMarchOnWashington. This was my first march ever and let me just say it was quite the experience.

For More Photos: Click Here

Crazy how I even got separated into a sea of people the first 20 mins from my group. So, I wandered around Washington D.C. celebrating what it is to be a woman & how it felt to see women unite. “Our Body, Our Choice!” We screamed together this expression many times at complete random as more people joined into larger groups. Even if it was silent the entire time the thousands of posters held high spoke our truths.

I would suggest everyone to have an experience like this! Stand up for your rights & against anyone who tries to violate that. I became apart of history & that feeling is priceless. Share your march experiences below, we would love to hear from you!

Book Us to Plan, Coordinate or Cover Your Next Event!

Contact Us 

%d bloggers like this: