Inspired in New York Honors Real Housewives of NY Star Sonja Morgan

3aa40827cd35aff3a368770b49f1ab06Reality TV is definitely hot and continues to be on the move. Having a peek inside of someone’s life seems to be something many appreciate doing. Fans love the Real Housewives no matter what the city. Whether they are in Los Angeles, Atlanta, New Jersey, or New York, these ladies have audiences mesmerized with their lives and even some of their drama.

Celebrity Publicists’ The Von Boozier Twins presented Inspired In New York’s July Honoree – TV personality, spokesperson, and philanthropist Sonja Morgan from the The Real Housewives of New York. She was honored on July 11, 2013, at the Opulent West Village Hot Spot The Griffin, located at 50 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10011.

At the eight o’clock hour the invite-only event rolled out the red carpet to welcome the who’s who the entertainment and media industry to support the honoree for her accomplishments.

Sonja, to fans may be known more as one of their favorite housewives, but to the community, she has used her celebrity status and love of philanthropy to help others.

During the evening, the Honorable Assemblyman Keith Wright presented Sonja Morgan with a Citation from the state of New York for her contributions as an innovator and trendsetter in the arts, media, and entertainment industries.

In addition, to industry guests, Sonja was joined by some of her fellow “Real Housewives of New York” cast. The event was a successful and was enjoyed by all who attended.

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