The BrewErie was packed with plenty of purple Thursday night for a celebrity bartending event, supporting The Epilepsy Project.
This event was a way to wrap up the "Paint Erie Purple" campaign, and to thank everyone for their support.
A few of Lilly Broadcasting's employees were on hand, helping out.
Kaitlyn Slomski, founder of The Epilepsy Project, said the campaign was more successful than she ever could have dreamed.
"Having epilepsy for 15 years, this is exactly what you want to have happen, you want people to understand what purple stands for, you want people to understand what a seizure looks like. You want people to get behind your cause because they know you, they know your story. So to have that happen is absolutely remarkable."
With all the money raised this month, Slomski said they'll be able to provide seizure first aid classes early next year.