aspireTV Celebrates 10 Years of Black Excellence
aspireTV network is celebrating 10 years of black excellence. The network hosted a press luncheon honoring its 10th anniversary hosted by Chef G. Garvin at his LowCountry Steak Restaurant in Atlanta.
aspireTV is a television network that celebrates and reflects Black culture and urban lifestyle. The 10th-anniversary celebration was attended by aspireTV talent, executives, and guests including Chef G. Garvin (G. Garvin Live!), Vee Prince (aspireTV MKTPLC), Nakia Stephens (Founder, Damn Write Originals), Michaele Tocco (Chaos To Calm), Chef Kristol Bryant (Taste of Philly wt), Jaliel Thurman (HBCU101), Tolly Carr (HBCU101, No Huddle), Charles Humbard (UP Entertainment CEO and Founder), Angela Cannon (aspireTV SVP, Multicultural Networks & Strategy), and several Atlanta lifestyle influencers including myself.
aspireTV is the television network that celebrates and reflects Black culture and urban lifestyle in an inspiring, authentic, and entertaining way. aspireTV offers reality series, specials, and independent films as well as beloved dramas, contemporary comedies, and provocative documentaries that allow you to connect and … see yourself here. aspireTV is available in the top 25 African-American markets including New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.
About LowCountry Steak
No other American cuisine brings more excitement and personifies American family cooking than Southern cuisine. Ribs, chicken, Gulf seafood, fresh vegetables, and peach cobbler all bring images of Sunday dinner and cherished moments with family and friends. LowCountry Restaurants embodies the spirit of this region and is creating a new dining experience that delivers a fusion of southern regional styles and popular American favorites. Co-founded by celebrity Chef G. Garvin and T.C. Mosby Investments, the mission at LowCountry Steak is to bring New Southern Cuisine to the masses.
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