[PHOTOS] Black Enterprise and Lexus Bring "The Good Life" to D.C.
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[PHOTOS] Black Enterprise and Lexus Bring “The Good Life” to D.C.

On Wednesday, March 23, more than 100 local influencers gathered at Long View Gallery in Washington, D.C. for Black Enterprise "The Good Life" event powered by Lexus.
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Coming together to celebrate what the good life means to them, guests mingled with one another while nibbling on passed hors d’oeuvres that included  white sesame shrimp pops, ginger chicken bundles, baby pizzettes, cupcakes, wine and more.
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With notable figures in attendance like lifestyle expert and television personality Paul Wharton, Howard University teacher and former "Celebrity Apprentice" contestant Omarosa, radio personality Sunni and entrepreneur Mike Muse, guests enjoyed an afternoon of networking, music, food and fun. Attendees enjoyed custom Lexus, Black Enterprise and Good Life logo cupcakes.Custom Lexus and Good Life pillows filled the sofas at Long View Gallery.Guests took home cardboard virtual reality glasses.A Lexus cardboard virtual reality glasses set.Fashion Bullies co-founder Terrence Sloan snaps a pic on the red carpet. Fashion Bullies co-founder Malik Baker poses on the red carpet. Taharka Ice Cream co-owner Darius Wilmore snaps a pic on the red carpet.Personal trainer Deanna Jefferson, celebrity chef JR Robinson and red-carpet host Sunni pose together. Lifestyle expert and television personality Paul Wharton served as host for the in-car interviews.Model Taiana Hale strikes a pose. Black Enterprise social media manager Sirita Wright and entrepreneur Mike Muse snag a picture together. Guests enjoyed cocktails and networking at Black Enterprise and Lexus "The Good Life" event. Guests Khalilah Webster, Executive Director of the Open Door Arts-in-Education Project (ODAEP); COO & Director of Media @ Vanguarde Consulting and 
Shanell Boyd, Sponsorship and Partnership Marketing at ABFF Ventures LLC, pose for a picture.
Fashion Bullies co-founders Terrence Sloan and Malik Baker snap a picture together. Weber Shandwick Senior Vice President Henry Stewart snaps a picture on the red carpet. Sunni poses with DC influencers. Broccoli City founders Daryl Perkins and Jermon Williams take a picture alongside event planner Yodit Gebreyes and radio personality Sunni.Attendees enjoyed a full-service wine bar.Principal and CEO of IMPACT Strategies Angela Rye and guest smile for a red carpet picture. HBCU Buzz founder Luke Lawal, Jr. attends "The Good Life" event. Omarosa and Black Enterprise's Jack Clark pause for a picture. Lexus rolls out their 2016 GS model for attendees at "The Good Life" event.A closer look at Lexus latest 2016 GS model.A rear view look at Lexus 2016 GS model.Lexus displays their 2016 GS model to attendees.Lexus 2016 GS model on display.Omarosa and Paul Wharton pose for a picture.An inside look at the Lexus 2016 GS model.A rear view look at the Lexus 2016 GS model.Nigel Marshall, Director of Sales and Marketing for Centerplate, and Alphonso Baker, Digital and Product Field Manager for Lexus take a look inside the 2016 GS model.Centerplate's Nigel Marshall and Lexus Alphonso Baker test some of Lexus latest features. Custom Lexus, Good Life and Black Enterprise logo balloons served as decoration for the event.Black Enterprise's Jack Clark and guest have a little fun inside the Lexus 2016 GS model.Omarosa shares a laugh with Black Enterprise's Jack Clark and Robert Ingram.Guests enjoyed boxed water at "The Good Life" event. A pair of the Lexus cardboard virtual reality glasses.Guests enjoyed custom cupcakes.Makeup artist Khadijah Williams, VP and Business Development/Branch Manager for ColomboBank, Ali Kianersi, and Black Enterprise's Elisha Holmes pose for a picture on the red carpet.A close-up of the Lexus 2016 GS model.

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