Kick-Off: #SMEBB 2015

It’s early March, which can only mean one thing … It’s time for our 6th Annual Sacramento’s Most Eligible Bachelor/Bachelorette (#SMEBB) contest!!!

Submit your nominees to girlsonthegrid@gmail.com. We need the following information:

  • Name
  • Occupation
  • Age
  • Reason for nomination (4-5 sentences)
  • Nominee’s cell/email
  • PHOTO

Competition is fierce – we received over 80 nominations last year – so be direct and concise. All nominations are anonymous, but we do contact them to ensure they’re down to party with us and are available for the mixer and finale party. Deadline to nominate is Friday, March 13.

We’re looking for diverse nominees aged 25-45 that have legitimate careers, know how to have fun and enjoy meeting new people. We count six marriages and nearly a dozen healthy/productive relationships under our #SMEBB belt. Check out our past contests:

#SMEBB 2015 Schedule!

  • Friday, March 13- #SMEBB nomination deadline.
  • Weds, March 18 – #SMEBB Nominees Announced – Online Voting Starts. Don’t even think about developing some fancy algorithm to rig the contest – you will get disqualified.
  • Thursday, April 2 – #SMEBB Mixer at Pour House (1910 Q Street). Can’t decide who to vote for? Come out and meet the nominees! RSVP HERE. (Free-come as you are)
  • Weds, April 8 at 6pm – Online Voting Ends.
  • Thursday, April 9 – #SMEBB Finale Party at Vanguard (1415L Street). Winners announced, relationships are forged and things. get. weird. RSVP HERE.

This year, we’re charging a $10 minimum donation to the finale party. Every single dollar goes directly to WEAVE, and you can purchase tickets here. Cocktail attire is suggested, red dresses are encouraged.

Party With A Purpose: WEAVE

We “party with a purpose” and are partnering again (for the 6th year in a row!) with WEAVE (Facebook,Twitter), which is the primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County. Through its involvement in the Rescue & Restore Coalition, WEAVE also provides outreach and services for international and domestic victims of human trafficking.

100% of the money raised from #SMEBB 2015 will go directly to WEAVE. That’s right. Every single dollar will benefit WEAVE’s annual “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” event, which features over 600 local men (this year’s goal is 1000) wearing RED high heels to raise awareness and funds against domestic violence and sexual assault. So throw on your sassiest red dress and come out to support a great cause!

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