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Microsoft took over Atlanta last week with their annual MGX convention and while most of the sales force gathered at the Georgia World Congress Center a lucky few from Microsoft’s Bing division attended a private, guest-list only party at Hard Rock Cafe.  “You front the band” karaoke after open bar, glowing drinks, food, festivities and Bing . . . . it’s a party.



Bing . . . . Bing . . . . Bing



Bing . . . .


Atlanta Event Photography is looking forward to 2010 when Microsoft returns.

Thank You Microsoft, Hard Rock Cafe Atlanta, Bing and Filmateria Digital.

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DMC not only performed on Friday night for an old-school lovin’ crowd, he also had lunch with a group of 10 foster children.  Complete with novelty drinks, autographed post cards, chicken wings and a photo op with each foster child in the group DMC created an experience for these kids that they will never forget.


DMC shared his own story with the kids as well as a few industry realities to help out the next group of superstars coming up in foster care.


Later, the icon performed and raised money for The Felix Organization, a group he co-founded with the mission of providing opportunities and experiences for children growing up without parents.  A total of $5,000 was raised for the cause.

Rock on DMC!


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Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta patients leave their hand prints on a Hyundai in celebration of a $35,000 donation to Tanya C. Watt M.D. and the AFLAC Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service.


Dr. Watt accepted the donation to support her research into chemotherapy treatment for acute leukemia, the most common form of cancer found in children.


Balloons, handprints and free t-shirts and backpacks added to the sunny celebration.

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This year’s Braves Night at Turner Field is attended by more than 20 Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta families for a night at the ball park, a day away from the hospital.

This is the 14th annual event and patients, sisters and brothers, parents and friends joined the great people from AFLAC, Fox Spots and the Braves for a fun-filled night of baseball.


The brave little cancer patients enjoyed a visit from Bobby Cox and pitcher Tim Hudson while Fox Sports put a few of their beautiful faces on television.  Homer joined the crew just before game time and each child had their photo taken with the Braves’ celebrities.

It was a beautiful night for baseball and the Braves pulled out a win for the CHOA team.


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