2023 Grammy Awards Attendees Will Be Treated To A Luxury Goody Bag
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Those attending the grammy will be pampered this February 5 with a bag of gifts valued at about $60 thousand dollars (1.1 million pesos), according to Page Six.
One of the most eye-catching items for VIP guests this year is an Art Lipo Plastic Surgery Clinic gift card, which can be used at liposuction treatments.
Distinctive Assets, the company that provides the bags, will also give away vouchers for up to $10 thousand dollars in cosmetic and rejuvenation procedures.
TurboFlex, an eyewear brand known for its 360-degree rotating hinges, has also designed exclusive sunglasses for the Grammys, and to top it off, luxury line Miage will be gifting celebrities with their full set of products, valued at $515 dollars.
But the gifts are not just for personal use: they will also include the Aiper Seagall Plus, a robotic cleaner which is estimated to cost around $500, and a ReFa shower head worth $325.
In total, there are more than 50 articles with which they will be pampered, as well as a card in which they will send them a personal message.
“We are excited to be back in Los Angeles and once again creating the incredible magic of Grammy giveaways. While our gifts are known around the world for being fun, fabulous, useful and unique, they also serve a greater purpose,” says Distinctive Assets, in a statement.
“Many of the brands we feature come from a diverse and inclusive range of small businesses that benefit significantly from the global exposure that being associated with Music's Biggest Night brings them. This is celebrity marketing on a mission."
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