apparently one you won't want to miss. The PSC (Plus Size Community) is buzzing about what's to come. They are providing you with an awesome venue, door prizes, costume contests with cash prizes, dinner, room roaming, and most importantly BOO'TY BOUNCING music! They go all out on their door prizes and have a drawing every hour (you must be present to win). So don't make the rookie mistake of not buying an open bar package, you will regret it, simply ask around.
You can buy bash passes along with dinner and drink packages by visiting their website http://www.livinglargechicago.com
Still on the fence? check out a couple of pictures from some of their prior events....
Who are they?
Living Large Chicago, “LLC”, promotes and encourages size acceptance and lifestyle acceptance for all BBW/BHM/SSBBW and admirers. Living Large Chicago was created to bring a sense of community back to the Chicagoland area. Creating a non-judgmental space that accepts size, race, religion and sexual preference. A place where like-minded individuals can feel safe to express themselves in an environment that allows individuals to feel comfortable within their own skin. So join them at their next event by clicking http://www.livinglargechicago.com
Their goal is to create friendships, networks and relationships, not only in Chicago but throughout the nation. They know that these relationships reach far beyond just locally and will even touch internationally.
The inspiration behind "LLC” was the backing of key members in the Chicago area that said” We want more for the Chicago Plus Size community”. They took bits and pieces from leaders and founders from other groups throughout the nation and put our own Chicago twist on them. Without their "fearless" steps LLC would have never had a path to walk. Living Large Chicago cannot thank these leaders enough!!
Living Large Chicago will be hosting new and exciting events to include not only social gatherings, but educational opportunities , vendor area and much much more including two weekend bashes in 2015. Bash and other event details to follow.
Any questions please feel free to contact::
Daisy Garcia, Sarah Sherron, or Jessica Baker
via Facebook or feel free to email them at firstname.lastname@example.org