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PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT Celebrates 6th Anniversary With The Ultimate Teen Skate Party at Sparkles Family Fun Center

PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT celebrated our 6th year anniversary by hosting a co-ed teen skate party on Saturday, September 23, 2017, from 6 PM-11 PM. The “Roll Up” skating event, which was hosted by youth motivational speaker Dai Time, was held at the Sparkles Family Fun Center in Smyrna, GA.

A portion of the proceeds from PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT fest ATLANTA funded the popular teen night. The first 150 teen girls and guys who registered for the event online were able to receive free admission to the facility and skate rental courtesy of PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT.

Once attendees arrived at Sparkles and checked in at the registration table, they were able to go grab their skates, hit the rink, and break a sweat. The DJ for the night blasted the perfect mix of throwback and current hits to make sure guests had a great time while rolling around the venue.

Throughout the event, host Dai Time mingled with PGS supporters, helped facilitate our giveaways, and interviewed students about their favorite ways to stay active and eat healthily:

PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT’S takeover at Sparkles marked the conclusion of our 2017 fitness party schedule. 

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To support our mission to encourage teen girls to make their health a priority and to fund free fitness events for teens, purchase apparel in our online shop (HERE), make a donation at sweatmakescents.org, or email us at hi@prettygirlssweat.com to partner with us, become a mentor, or volunteer.

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