Perennial Strategy Group Presents the Best of the East Dinner at Seed Food and Wine Festival

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CEO Lamell McMorris to Co-host Event

Perennial Strategy Group presents the Best of the East Dinner on Nov. 4, 2016 during the Seed Food and Wine Festival in Miami Beach. Perennial's CEO, Lamell McMorris, will co-host the premiere dinner party. (PRNewsFoto/Perennial Strategy Group)

CEO Lamell McMorris to Co-host Event

MIAMI, Nov. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second year in a row, Perennial Strategy Group and Perennial Sports are proud to support the Seed Food and Wine Festival, a week-long plant-based culinary celebration now in its third year in Miami Beach. The firm's CEO, Lamell McMorris, along with former NBA star John Salley, will be co-hosting the Festival's highly-anticipated Best of the East Dinner presented by Perennial Strategy Group.

Taking place on Nov. 4, 2016 at The Sacred Space Miami, the dinner promises a night to remember. Featuring three of the best plant-based chefs on the East Coast, guests will be guided through a culinary experience beginning with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, followed by a four-course wine-paired dinner. Featured chefs include Scott Winegard for Matthew Kenney Culinary with Plant Food and Wine, Miami; Allen Campbell with Tom Brady, Boston; and Jason Sellers with Plant, Asheville, NC. The premiere dinner party will be held simultaneously with the Festival's Best of the West Dinner to celebrate the best of plant-based food on both coasts.

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Lamell McMorris is the founder and CEO of the Washington, DC-based group of companies bearing the Perennial name: Perennial Strategy Group and Perennial Sports. In his work, McMorris offers strategic insight and external affairs services to some of the nation's leading decision-makers in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. As a lifelong advocate of civil, economic, and social rights, McMorris serves as a member on numerous nonprofit and college boards, and volunteers his time with several youth-focused and mentoring organizations. He is frequently recognized for his entrepreneurial leadership and pragmatic, high-impact approach to effective advocacy, and he is often invited to speak at a wide range of conferences and events. McMorris holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Society from Morehouse College and a Master of Divinity in Social Ethics and Public Policy from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Seed Food and Wine Wynwood & Miami Beach (SFWF) is the premiere plant based food and wine festival in the country. It is a week-long adventure to sip, savor, and experience conscious, sustainable plant-based living. All activities are carefully crafted to take guests through a one-of-a-kind journey from cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, celebrity chef dinners, craft beer and spirits tastings, the first ever veggie burger battle, fitness to body care, workshops, yoga, urban gardening, a 5k run, kid's day, and more. SFWF's line-up features something for everyone and showcases the beauty of the tropical paradise that is Miami and her beaches. All items served during the festival are plant-based (vegan), and whenever possible, organic and non-GMO certified.

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