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IMPACT Magazine And Vivint Partner To Honor Black Men At Men Of IMPACT Honorary Dinner On Juneteenth In Utah

IMPACT Magazine, a leading voice in celebrating excellence and positive influence, is joining forces with Vivint, a prominent smart home technology company, to host a special event on Juneteenth in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Men of IMPACT Black-Tie Honorary Dinner is set to honor exceptional black men who have made significant contributions to their communities and industries, embodying the theme “Standing Tall: Leading With Distinction.”

The honorees for this prestigious event include Kenneth Boggs, renowned for his impeccable work at Kenneth Boggs Suits; Dr. Evan Brown, a visionary in the world of Vidzual Media; Pastor Corey J. Hodges, the Lead Pastor at The Point Church, known for his inspiring leadership; Emmanuel Nnah, the dynamic Owner of CarGuyz; Marcus Jones, the mastermind behind Miss Essie’s Southern BBQ; and Jon Stan, a trailblazing Fashion Designer.

This grand celebration will take place at the exquisite Neutral Ground in Salt Lake City, offering an elegant backdrop befitting the stature of the honorees and the occasion. The venue itself is a testament to the sophistication and grandeur of the event.

IMPACT Magazine will be adding a touch of glamour and excitement to the evening by conducting live red carpet interviews, providing an exclusive glimpse into the thoughts and experiences of the honorees and other distinguished guests. Adding to the allure of the evening, American Idol singer/songwriter Bri Ray will grace the stage with a live performance, captivating the audience with her talent and artistry.

Tickets for this exceptional event are available now but are expected to sell out quickly due to high demand. Interested individuals can secure their seats at [the official website](https://www.theimpactmagazine.com/product/moi/) while they last, ensuring they don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to witness the celebration of remarkable men making a difference in their communities and beyond.

Marcus Jones

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