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Miami New Times: Eat Me Guilt Free Founder and CEO Cristie Besu Celebrates Launch of “You Glow Girl” Grant Program at Museum of Graffiti

Posted on March 12 2021

Miami New Times: Eat Me Guilt Free Founder and CEO Cristie Besu Celebrates Launch of “You Glow Girl” Grant Program at Museum of Graffiti

Eat Me Guilt Free Founder and CEO Cristie Besu celebrated the launch of the “You Glow Girl” Grant Program, in support of women entrepreneurs. The socially distanced event took place at the Museum of Graffiti on Thursday, March 4, during Women’s History Month. The evening began with welcome remarks by Besu, who shared the Eat Me Guilt Free story and her vision behind the “You Glow Girl” grant. Miami boss babes then participated in a graffiti workshop led by Miami’s very own artist Miss Reds, where they recreated the “You Glow Girl” campaign artwork. To celebrate women everywhere, Eat Me Guilt Free unveiled its first-ever “You Glow Girl” Grant Program The “You Glow Girl” grant winner will receive $10,000 to help their business flourish; a one-year supply of Eat Me Guilt Free products to stay fueled; a Peloton bike to maintain fitness goals; and a one-year mentorship with Besu. The application deadline is Sunday, August 1, and the grant winner will be announced on Monday, August 23.

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