The Oscars have come and gone this year and the founder of Distinctive Assets who put together goodie bags for the event has disclosed what was given this year.
Lash Fary told Forbes what was in the $205,000 bags this year which included liposuction, a Poetry For Neanderthals game, a getaway to a Swedish lighthouse, and a Chadwick Boseman memorial NFT. The token was made in Chadwick’s honor and is being used as a way to raise money to fight colon cancer which tragically took the life of the 43-year-old actor last summer. The 25 nominees got the goodie bags this year and each got their own NFT which can be used as a fundraiser for a charity they choose, however, Chadwick’s was predetermined due to his passing. Lots of wellness treatments were given in the bags including Violet breast health supplements, IV On Call Concierge vitamin injections, and an acupuncture disc that uses soundwaves. There was also a three-night trip included to the Pater Noster Lighthouse in Switzerland or a four-day retreat at the Golden Door spa in California. Along with these, there was a pet GPS tracking device, an emergency hammer from PETA to break animals out of cars, 24-carat gold vape cartridges, and Trust Me Vodka which has 23-carat gold flakes dropped inside.
Inside the Oscars 2021 goodie bag valued at $205K https://t.co/CTyWf697yN
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