Our friends at Stitch and Feather opened their doors and hosted a special event for the badass founders of the Riot Social Club at last month’s Fiesta Bruch. As the Riot Social Club’s popularity continues to grow at warp speed, they slowed down a bit to make a special Riot Brunch for entrepreneurial moms. Although I’m not a mom, actually none of the team is, we had missed the last couple Riots and we couldn’t pass up the chance to hang with some of our favorite peeps, the ladies of Stitch and Feather and the Founders of Riot Social Club.
This Riot focused on Entrepreneurial Moms and had a panel of business minded moms making it all work. The panel of Riot “IT’ Girls consisted of the Founders of Mother Trucker(super successful “Momtrepreneurs” straight off the first Riot), Rebecca Barlow (Owner and Founder of Bella Bambino Nannies), The Founders of Nicky & Stella (online children’s e-boutqiue specializing in shopping the head-to-toe cool kid outfit) and Amanda Stanton(Mega Fashion, Mommy & Lifestyle Blogger who was on the Bachelor. Yes, that Amanda Stanton).
These amazing woman shared advice ranging from business to dating, all in regards to being working moms. They shared their personal stories of over coming personal and business challenges while taking the time to enjoy the success of their hard work. The women took time to answer questions ranging from employee issues to how to deal with competitors. The tone was friendly and helpful. And to top it off, We all had a bit of extra fun thanks to the endless supply of margaritas.
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ABOUT RIOT SOCIAL CLUB
Founded by Christa Paarni (owner of Salvaged Soul) and Erica Perebijnos (owner of EP_Designhouse), RIOT Social Club is the newest and most effective form of reaching the masses. We call it Collaborative PR, and we connect badass boss babes with influential women via our regular events. Check out our next event here.
Collaborative PR is the act of embracing competition and outside resources, working together to create something amazing, then sharing on all channels for maximum impact.
WHAT MAKES COLLABORATIVE PR AT RIOT SOCIAL CLUB SO SPECIAL?
Anyone can make a connection and collaborate with another company on a project, but RIOT takes it a step further in order to give our members an extra boost. RIOT gives our attendees the opportunity to put their products in front of the most influential and inspiring women in business, social media, and pop-culture (we call them our IT GIRLS) in order to create endless opportunities to connect, create, collaborate…and reach the masses. Not only do our attendee boss-babes get their products in front of our ITGIRLS, RIOT offers the opportunity for all attendees to get one-on-one face time with these influential women in order to gain valuable business insight, advice, and collaboration opportunities. Past ITGIRLS include:
Meghan King Edmonds, Real Housewives of Orange County
Bizzie Gold, Founder of Buti Yoga and The Modern Good
Kailynn Bowling, Founder of ChicBuds and ChicExecs
Rachael Dickens, Co-Founder of OC Style Report (yes that’s me)
Lizzie Rovsek, Real Housewives of Orange County
Alicia Whitney, Restaurateur and Founder of SeaLegs Wine Bar
Lindsay Dickhout, Founder of Million Dollar Tan
Kail Lowry, Teen Mom 2 & New York Times Bestselling Author
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