The event will feature a DJ, appetizers, beverages (including wine and beer), door prizes and a photo booth where people can try on a Pozitiv-a-Tee and have their picture taken. We want to have a collection of people and faces and stories, and these kinds of experiences everyone can share, says Darby. Were not saying if you wear the shirt, youre HIV-positive its not about that. Its about having the compassion to rally around the community and really provide that kind of support that people might not feel is available.
Mondo will be present, Darby adds, and everyone who purchases a ticket will receive one of the Pozitivity shirts, which is the foreground of the campaign. Its the first opportunity for anyone to get their hands on these shirts, and were happy to be able to offer it to Denver first.