Sterl the Pearl to DJ Main Street Mardi Gras

February 07, 2016


Sterl the Pearl — Mardi Gras Host & DJ

Mardi Gras Fundraiser February 27th

Main Street: Greeneville announces its’ 2016 Snow Ball themed ‘Main Street Mardi Gras Ball’ and identifies their headliner Host and DJ, Sterl the Pearl. For those loyal UT fans, Sterl the Pearl aka Sterling Henton needs no introduction. As a University of Tennessee quarterback, Sterling led UT to four bowl victories (Liberty, Peach, Cotton and Sugar) Sterl the Pearl has been heard all over the US, in Canada, Mexico, Bahamas and Indonesia. Now, he is a motivational speaker and the official DJ for the Vols. Anyone who has heard him at Neyland Stadium knows he can spin some tunes and liven up an event!

"We are so thrilled to have Sterling as our Host and DJ to lead us in our Mardi Gras celebration and Fun,” said Chris Thorpe, President of Main Street: Greeneville. “He will also crown our Mardi Gras King and Queen. “So everyone is invited to come to eat, drink and listen to a variety of music, PARTY and DANCE! Gather your family, friends and neighbors to attend and vote for you as King or Queen!” says Jann Mirkov, Executive Director of the Main Street program.

Details to see Sterl the Pearl and join in the fun:

Saturday, February 27th, 7-11 pm
Link Hills Country Club, Greeneville, TN
Hors d’oeuvres, jambalaya bar, desserts and beverages will be provided.

Tickets: $55.00/person are available at:
Main Street: Greeneville office at 310 South Main St
Richland Creek Gifts, 129 A North Main St
General Morgan Inn, 111 North Main St

Katherine Trummer, Event Chairman adds, “While masks and costumes are optional for your party attire, a good time is a MUST-New Orleans style!”

Jann Mirkov points out that this event is a major fund raiser for the Main Street: Greeneville program. The focus of the Main Street program is the preservation and revitalization of downtown Greeneville.

“We help polish the jewel that everybody in the community creates,” said Mirkov. “We really encourage involvement from the public and private sectors to help maintain and sustain the downtown area that celebrates our heritage for the present and future.”

Proceeds from “Mardi Gras” will go to Main Street: Greeneville and will promote the organization’s various activities, including economic development programs and funding tours of the downtown area.

For more information about “Main Street Mardi Gras” or about Main Street: Greeneville, visit www.mainstreetgreeneville.org — call the organization at 423-639-7102 or email: director@mainstreetgreeneville.org.