Wednesday, 19 October 2011 15:33
Key To The Cure Charity Event Tonight At Saks In New Orleans
 

Tonight, the key to fun, shopping and even helping to cure cancer will be the “Key to the Cure Gala”, the kickoff to a charity shopping weekend (Thursday-Sunday, October 20-23) during which 2% of sales at Saks will benefit the cancer research programs of the Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium.

 The evening will feature delectable food from approximately 35 of New Orleans’ finest restaurants and caterers, a huge assortment of beverages compliments of Republic National Distributing Co., and great New Orleans-style entertainment on every level of the store including: Acoustic Swiftness, Treme Brass Band and Motown Review, to keep guests dancing  all evening long.

Over the past 11 years, Saks stores nationwide have raised over $32 million for cancer charities through Key to the Cure. The New Orleans event has generated nearly $1.3 million locally, every penny of which went into cancer research here at home.

The event will be held at Saks Fifth Avenue New Orleans, 301 Canal Street,  from  6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Key to the Cure tickets are $75.00. To purchase or for event information, call 504.293.2618 or visitonline at: http://www.lcrc.info/news/updates/kttc2011.html. Tickets can also be purchased (via check or cash) at the door tonight. Suggested dress:

Key to the Cure Co-Chairs for 2011 are:  Ina Davis,  Russ Herman, Walter Leger, Jr. , and Kim Sport

New Orleans Chpt. American Cancer Society Gala Brings Hope For Cure


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