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Flo Rida performs at P.C. Richard & Son 'Big Game Kick Off Party'

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The PC Richard & Son Big Game Kick Off Party invaded Stage 48 on Thursday Jan. 30, and of course was on the scene. The event was hosted by Z100, KTU, and Power 105.1 and sponsored by PC Richard & Son.

Flo Rida wowed the crowd with chart toppers like "How I Feel," "Whistle," "Wild Ones," "Good Feeling" and "Club Can't Handle Me." He brought the crowd up on stage to dance with him for "Low." Towards the end of the performance, Gorilla Zoe made a surprise appearance for a special performance of "Bite Down." The remainder of the night was DJ'ed by DJ Prostyle.

On the red carpet, Flo rocked some funky polka dot pants, a leather jacket and shades. The pop chip girls even fed him some chips on the carpet. It was hilarious. When Flo took the stage, he changed into red jeans, a black t-shirt and leather vest.

Guests snacked on Pop Chips, and sipped on Ciroc all night. Other sponsors at the event included iHeartRadio, H&R Block, Flips Audio, Hiphopcloset, Hasbro, Geico, Pioneer & Lincoln Technical Institute. One lucky winner walked away with a 50” HD-TV and other great prizes from PC Richard & Son.

The fabulous super bowl event was just one of the hundreds of bashes happening in New York for tomorrow's highly anticipated Super Bowl game.


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