Grand Prize Singles Experience, LLC is a mixed-use facility and event venue for filmmakers and the LGBT community based in Atlanta, GA. Known as the GPS Experience, movie directors, producers and actors alike can have a single experience in filming different scenes for their project. The facility also serves as a safe space for members of the LGBT community to meet, date, dine and wed! Read further and find what we offer!
Have you ever wanted to walk “The Red Carpet”? The GPS Experience will make it happen for you! From the entrance to the elevator lobby to our spectacular outdoor/indoor atrium, ‘The Red Carpet” has been rolled out, announcing your arrival!
Our guests who are attending “Couples Dinner & Show” and those who come to check us out are welcome to trendy shops. We invite you to partake of our Grand Prize Bakery, Florist, Wedding Planning Boutique, and Gift Shop!
Once our shops are up and running smoothly, we have plans to open a men & women spas. Also, there are plans to have a nail shop for women and a Barber and nail shop exclusively for men.
The Gospel of Eureka, a new documentary film by Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher, Narrated by Mx Justin Vivian Bond and produced by Charlotte Cook looks at” the gospel” in a way that hasn’t been seen before.
In a southern town as evangelical Christians and drag queens step into the spotlight to dismantle stereotypes, colliding, love, faith, and civil rights. The film takes “a personal, and often comical look aa negotiating differences between religion and belief through performance, political action, and partnership, gospel drag shows and passion plays set the stage for one hell of a show”.
Coming soon to television, Batwoman, is being developed by CW, adding to the network's collection of shows based on DC comics characters. The TV adaptation of Batwoman is to become the first live-action superhero series with an openly gay lead character. Strangely enough, she was introduced in the 1950s as a love interest for Batman to dispel rumors of his own homosexuality. However, Batwoman has since become the highest-profile openly gay character of any DC comic. Batwoman was reintroduced in 2006 as a gay woman called Kate Kane. The show's synopsis describes Kate Kane as an "out lesbian and highly trained street fighter primed to snuff out the failing city's criminal resurgence". Her character is "armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind". However, she must "overcome her own demons" before emerging as a hero in Gotham City. Look for Batwoman coming into your timeslot soon…
The World’s Largest Steppers Contest
Here is a video of 2017 “The World’s Largest Steppers Contest” 1st place WINNER’S in the “Original New Skool” category, Trio, Anthony “Tic Man” Allen & Tabitha Hicks. This year’s competition takes place on September 14, 2018 in Tinley Park, IL
Grand Prize Singles Experience plans to have some classes for those who want to learn how to step!
LGBT People of Color have an opportunity create change, a new LGBT flag that’s inclusive
AIn 1978, the rainbow flag was created by artist, designer, Vietnam War veteran and then-drag performer, Gilbert Baker. He was commissioned to create a flag by another gay icon, politician Harvey Milk, for San Francisco’s annual pride parade. Within the flag, the different colors were meant to represent togetherness, since LGBT people come in all races, ages and genders, and rainbows are both natural and beautiful. The flag was originally created with eight colors, but pink and turquoise were removed for production purposes, and since 1979 it has consisted of six colored stripes. The colors were determined to symbolize: life (red), healing (orange), sunlight (yellow), nature (green), harmony/peace (blue), and spirit (purple/violet). During the late 1980s and early 1990s, a black stripe was sometimes used to represent the AIDS victims A little over a year ago, June 2017 in Philadelphia, a new gay-rights symbol emerged: a pride flag with additional black and brown stripes above the rest of the rainbow. It was revealed at the Pride Month Kick-off event as part of a new campaign, More Color More Pride. developed by Tierney, a local ad agency that worked with Philadelphia's Office of LGBT Affairs. In an interview with Tierney Executive Director Amber Hikes, CNN’s Nancy Coleman writes, “The flag aims to recognize nonwhite LGBT communities as part of the broader pride movement, starting with the most visible and widely-recognized symbol of the LGBT community.
The stripes represent LGBT individuals of color, a group that can often be overlooked within the overall LGBT umbrella”.
We plan to book up and coming stars like this talented young man, Mr. Jaboukie Young White.
I hope we can afford him because he's going places!