Zetas and Alphas claim Greek-end titles
The ladies of Zeta Phi Beta, and the men of Alpha Phi Alpha, teams out of the United States, stepped their way to respective sorority and fraternity titles and a $2,500 cash purse each on the Steppin’ on the Shores main stage at Bahamas Greek Weekend.
K.O. Productions, BTC and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) banded together to produce a three-day epic event that included a stroll-off showdown during “Pulse” at Smugglers, which the men of purple and gold – Omega Psi Fraternity – walked away with, inclusive of the $500 prize up for grabs.
The event also featured local high school teams wowing the crowd with their amazing talent and the Flip-Flops cooler fete at which some of the country’s top deejays spun the hottest tunes, along with guest deejays Prince Chiillz and DJ Rich, who took the party to another level.
“The talent displayed on the stages this past weekend definitely surpassed expectations,” said Jayde Knowles, K.O. Productions public relations representative. “Our aim was to catch the attention of the Greek-Lettered organizations around the world and invite them to showcase their best steppers on the shores of The Bahamas. The weekend was full of energy from start to finish.”
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