Sat, Sep 09 2017

Break the Internet Fest,

Washington, District of Columbia, United States Washington, District of Columbia, United States
5 Sponsors Confirmed
Fresh Empire
Crown Royal
Don Julio

  • About the event

    Break The Internet Fest curated by Maryland based non profit BTST Services (http://btstservices.com/) in partnership with Washington D.C. event firm JZJ Group is the ultimate outdoor festival celebrating young millennials. The festival originated in 2016 with the unique idea in mind to provide scholarships to its college based aged crowd. The first year attracted over 5,000 people held at Gateway D.C. in early September. B.T.I. Fest merges technology with live music entertainment and offers financial aid for college students. The festival has garnered attention from all over the country and the festival is now on the fast track to be one of the biggest in the United States.

    Why should you sponsor?

    Break The Internet Fest seeks to elevate the issue of financial aid in this country by providing well deserving college students with the opportunity to further their education through scholarship and service. B.T.I. Fest is giving brands the extraordinary opportunity to empower individuals and communities to improve their capabilities of education, technology and innovation. We’re inspired by young millennials like Tristian Walker (Bevel), Jewel Burks (PartPics), Christopher Gray (Scholly) and so many more who are changing the world in their own way. Break The Internet Fest aims to shine the light on young game changers with a day of good music, fun and honoring recipients. Your partnership will help to support the next steps in our recipients education and leaving their mark on the world.

    Isaiah Davis

    Isaiah Davis is a native of Brooklyn, New York and the proud son of Lindsey and Dorothy Davis. Davis commitment to making the world a better place than he found it began at a young age where he was known amongst his peers as both a leader and team player who wanted to help others succeed. He was competitive in both schoolwork and basketball, in which he inspired his classmates to excel in both areas as well. Davis attended high school at Brooklyn Tech, one of the most prestigious and selective schools in the United States.  U.S. News & World Report rated Brooklyn Tech among the top 50 high schools for Math and Science. He went on to Morgan State University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in accounting in 2007. Davis currently serves as the director of the human capital program for Congress Heights Community Training Development where he is responsible for planning community events such as Congress Heights Day that draws hundreds of members from the neighborhood to take part in a variety of activities every spring. However, his greatest part of giving back to the community comes from teaching his students daily and inspiring them to look at life a different way no matter the adversity they are dealing with.  Davis hopes to continue to leave the world a better place than he found it, by inspiring one person at a time which is why he founded Break The Internet Fest. The festival aims to support college students who are seeking financial aid and to change the world in their own way with innovative ideas upon graduation.

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  • 5001-10000 attendees expected

    39% Male Attendees

    61% Female Attendees

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