Yes! In Kremlin

On June 23, Yes! continued its tradition of being the information partner to the city's biggest school graduation ball, which takes place in the State Kremlin Palace. This year the event has gathered about 7000 graduates, hailing from Moscow to the most remote regions of the country. Thousands of beautiful girls in smart gowns and guys in tuxedos turned heads.

Huge Yes! balloons served as stage decor in foyers of the Kremlin Palace and Gostiny Dvor hall. Each lady-graduate received a hot of the magazine. “I love Yes!” badges were so popular that they disappeared in seconds. The graduates had to queue up to take pictures with the Yes! logo on the background.

It was really hard to believe that these charming ladies and gentlemen were school kids a couple of days ago. There was no shortage of good spirits (not liquid, of course) and no guest was left without a gift. All the attention was caught by spectacular circus show with acrobats, illusionists and jugglers. The clowns were holding competitions where the prize was a box “Chupa Chups”, Feel Good Eau de Toilette from Sergio Tacchini, a stylish accessory a gift certificate from Accessorize, and a Yes! T-shirt.

The gala with guest stars began just after a spectacular fireworks display on Red Square. The evening was crowned with another surprise from Yes!: a “rain” of pink Yes! balloons, which fell on the dancing guests at the afterparty in Gostiny Dvor.
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