When it comes to gift lounges, nobody does it better than GBK Productions. The ultimate in celebrity gift lounges and special events, GBK spoiled guests at their annual MTV Movie Awards Gift Lounge with the best in fashion, jewelry and anti-aging skincare by Life Cell. Read on for all the details.
Celebrities like Jason Ritter and Faking It‘s Yvette Monreal were among the lucky guests at GBK‘s luxurious gift lounge held April 10 and 11 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel honoring the nominees and presenters of the 2015 MTV Movie Awards. GBK founder and CEO Gavin B. Keilly was on hand to make sure all of his guests went home with a generous goodie bag filled with the most hip and innovative gifts, including the all-in-one-anti-aging treatment LifeCell.
GBK Gift Lounge Honors 2015 MTV Movie Awards
Girls‘ Jason Ritter who just announced he will be co-starring opposite Hailee Steinfeld in the new drama Carrie Pilby, had the pleasure of meeting some of the characters from Party Princess Productions, the very best in providing all that’s needed for the perfect children’s party. Characters include everyone from Rapunzel to Spiderman.
The elegant Worldhotel Ripa Roma gifted celebrity guests with a spectacular three night stay in Rome, Italy. The four-star hotel is located in the historical district of Trastevere.
Guests also received Grande Naturals‘ Outrageous Designer Gift Box which included 1 GrandeLASH-MD (3 month supply) and 1 GrandeMASCARA, three personal training sessions with Celebrity Trainer Lalo Fuentes, CSCS, a gift certificate from Eye Candy of Beverly Hills, stunning handmade jewelry with precious gems by Dara Ettinger, stylish clothes from Savee Couture and t-shirts and hoodie jackets from Bible LA Clothing Co.
The Artisan Group gifted celebrities with an exquisite collection of handcrafted jewelry, bath and body products, all natural cosmetics, hair accessories, designer stationery, nail polishes, fine art photography, and pet products.
V-Moda gifted celebs with their their award-winning head phones.
Charities included Alfalit International, literacy programs for the underserved throughout the world, and the non-profit organization Lambda Legal aimed at helping to achieve full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy advocacy.
–Reporting by Sandra Clark