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ALLEGAN COUNTY, Mich. (WOOD) — The same day authorities announced charges against three people for holding a rave in Mecosta County, an Allegan County 19-year-old says he can do better.
Clayton Brann appears to view the response to last weekend’s rave, advertised as Project P, as a challenge.
“See, this is what happened, because everyone was like, ‘Oh, Project P, oh my God, nobody can throw a better one than this!’ And I was like, wait, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,” he said. “How we’re doing this (is) we watched how Project P did their party and we took out all the dos and don’ts, we took out everything they did wrong.”
The 19-year-old said he plans to throw a party somewhere in West Michigan in a couple of weeks that will be even larger than Project P.
“All I’m really trying to do is show that I can bring all these people together and have a blast and be safe about it,” said Brann.
He calls his event Project Michigan. A Facebook page for the event says nearly 4,000 people plan to show up. Brann said closer to 10,000 have sent him messages about the event.
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