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Thursday, February 27, 2014
Star-Studded Black Tie Ball to Benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
RICHARD GERE, STEPHEN BALDWIN, JENNIFER ESPOSITO, JULIANNE MICHELLE, SAMI GAYLE, DANNY AIELLO, TINA LOUISE, SEAN STONE, VICKY JEUDY, LEN CARIOU, CHAZZ PALMINTERI, CONSUELO VANDERBILT COSTIN, NICK RAYNES, and others. Members of the Hollywood elite and some of the world’s most prolific philanthropists join efforts to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at the first of its kind black tie St. Jude Winter Ball, hosted at the exquisite Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion at the Ukrainian Institute of America. 2 East 79th St (at Fifth Ave). 7pm-Midnight. Notable guests include: Richard Gere, Stephen Baldwin, Jennifer Esposito, Danny Aiello, Julianne Michelle, Sean Stone, Sami Gayle, Len Cariou (Blue Bloods), cast members from the Netflix hit show Orange is the New Black, including Vicky Jeudy, Lou Martini Jr. (The Sopranos), Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, Tina Louise, Chazz Palminteri, model and actress Brittany Mason (The Face), Nick Raynes, and many more.
Julianne Michelle is Chair of the event, and Chance Spiessbach of Chance TV will MC the evening as guests enjoy cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, a live auction conducted by Lonnie Quinn, New York WCBS-TV's lead weather anchor and guest auctioneer extraordinaire, live entertainment by Cole Rumbough and Grammy nominated artist Cristhian Andrews, music by Celebrity DJ Miles Robbins, delectable dessert by The Written Cupcake, Pasticceria Rocco, Lady M, Royce Chocolates, and more, and other surprises.
To purchase tickets: www.stjudewinterball.eventbrite.com or contact Amanda Carlton at (212) 861-1945 or email@example.com. Tickets will not be sold at the door. $1000 Premium Seating, near stage); $750 Regular Seating; $350 Dessert (after 9pm). The event’s hashtag is #stjudewinterball.
Proceeds benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, which treats and prevents devastating pediatric diseases. At St. Jude, no child or family has to pay for anything. Since it's opening in 1962, St. Jude's revolutionary treatments have helped increase survival rates of certain childhood cancers from less than 20% to over 80%. For more information, please visit www.stjude.org. MEDIA CONTACT: Amanda Carlton. 212-861-1945 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Supernova Media, Inc.