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Monday, 24 October 2011 11:56
Saks Fifth Avenue New Orleans Key To The Cure Opens Doors to Life
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ElderAlthough cancer has closed doors on the hopes of many, the key to curing that tenacious disease was on full display last Wednesday in New Orleans.


The 2011 Key to the Cure was held on Wednesday, October 19, 2011, at Saks Fifth Avenue, benefitting the cancer research programs at the Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium.  The event was sponsored by the Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium as well as Saks Fifth Avenue New Orleans.

The event is a four day charity shopping weekend during which 2% of sales at Saks Fifth Avenue New Orleans is donated to the cancer research programs of the Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium.  The event attracts approximately 1,200 guests on average each year.  The Charity Gala featured items from several of New Orleans finest restaurants and caterers and great entertainment on every level of the store.

Article, photos and video by Althea and Stephen Sabludowsky, Publishers of Bayoubuzz.com

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