Grammy Award Giveaways Worth More Than $15,000
While Sam Smith won big onstage, taking home four awards during the 57th Grammy Awards last night, all performers, presenters and nominees were able to collect a variety of goodies located backstage.
Distinctive Assets put together the Grammy Gift Lounge, which reportedly contained $15,000 to $25,000 worth of gifts. Fortune, LA Weekly and WhoSay provided a list of some of the gifts. Here are the highlights.
Rocky Mountaineer Trip: A luxury trip through western Canada aboard the Rocky Mountaineer, a train with glass domed cars for panoramic views and gourmet meals prepared on board, is valued at $14,584.
Wellness 360 Center: A comprehensive evaluation for total wellness and longevity by Dr. Jane Cases, a board certified endocrinologist who combines traditional medicine with cutting edge technology using stem cell therapy, as well as the Healing Saint Luminosity Skin Serum, the Healing Saint Hair Follicle Stimulant, the Wellness 360 Complete Protein, the Wellness 360 Pack. The package is valued at $1,200.
Gibson guitars: The Tennessee-based company has been around for more than 40 years, and countless musicians, including Lenny Kravitz at his Super Bowl appearance, have used its guitars. The guitar model offered last night was valued at $1,140.
Candy Vixen: The custom candy buffet and dessert bar supplied $800 gift cards.
Sean John: Diddy supplied $500 worth of merchandise from his collection. The clothing line package included a Signature Black Velour Sean John Track Suit, Sky Is the Limit Pullover, Black & White Colorblock Hook-Up, a “Dream Big” T-shirt, and a limited-edition Sean John nylon duffel bag with animal-friendly black leather handle
Marchon Eyewear: The designer eyewear, valued at $150-$350, has sold 16 million frames of prestigious fashion and sport labels annually.
Sis by Simone I. Smith: Valued at $300, the 18K yellow gold over sterling silver 36" adjustable cable chain features assorted crystal colors.