Think It’s a Game Records Annual Christmas Sweater Party

Written By | Michael Cully

Think It’s a Game Records held their Annual Christmas Sweater Party this past Tuesday.

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 On the outside of the venue, each guest was welcomed by a bellhop on stilts, who was standing next to the massive blow up snow globe, showing the start of the elaborate décor yet to come. Walking in after taking pictures on the T.I.G red carpet, you could see the venue’s sleek winter design. From the white-painted trees, to the blow-igloo, to the shimmering silver background of the desert stand, the slick, modern décor set the tone for the event. 

Another main attraction was by the entrance, where a White Painted Christmas tree had gifts from the guests placed underneath it that would be donated to charity.

Across the event, people enjoyed the endless supply of food and the open bar while wearing their ugliest Christmas sweaters. From Atlanta themed, to music, to downright ridiculous the array of sweaters sported at the event was a sight to behold. In the background, beats by Chris supplied the sounds through his mix of rap music, including many records from the T.I.G artists. 

Shortly after the party started, a dancer swung from a hoop in the middle of the venue, as the guests watched. Also catching the eyes of many guests, women walked around in elaborate body paint showing off reindeer and Santa Claus designs.

One by one artists began to trickle into the event. The T.I.G family was enjoying the night and socializing, even singing and dancing to their own songs when the DJ played them.

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Towards the end, the DJ called each member of the T.I.G crew to go outside for pictures on the red carpet. There, YFN Lucci along with members of the company could be seen out there getting pictures. As the event came to a close, the T.I.G crew headed out, wrapping up a social night of holiday spirit. 

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