Fort Lauderdale, FL, August 17, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- South Florida’s most outstanding couples will be honored for their success in business, leadership in the community, and unparalleled support of charitable causes. The CF Foundation will celebrate the couples’ power in partnership and recognize their accomplishments on Friday, October 2, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale.
This year’s event co-chair persons are Jennifer and William E. Lewis, Jr., and Eileen and Chip LaMarca. The couples being honored include: Catalina and Freddie Avalos, Robin and John Bartleman, Tony Beall and Ray Birbilas, Rhonda and Adam Black, Cheryl and Michael Brown, Tamara and John Chase, Carole and Governor Charlie Crist, Marlene and Pedro Dijols, Danielle and Nick DiNicola, Stephanie and Commissioner Angel Gomez, Pauline and Juan Carlos Gomez, Genesi and Julio Gonzalez, Barbara and Hal Hammel, Lisa and Derek Hayward, Karen and Joe Hillman, Cyndie and Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp, Trina Robinson and Clarence McKee, Melissa and Congressman Adam Putnam, Summer and Jim Robertson, Sharon Glazer and David Singer, Kristi Krueger and Todd Templin, Sheryl and Bruce Udolf, Michelle Seyez and Alan Jay Wildstein.
The fifth annual gala will include a cocktail reception, dinner, dancing, a silent auction, and a tribute to the honorees. Following presentations of South Florida’s Finest Couples, guests at this black-tie optional event will have the opportunity to mingle while dancing the night away to EOEntertainment. This year’s sponsors include Publix Supermarkets and Credit Restoration Consultants.
Tickets to attend South Florida’s Finest Couples are available for $200 each or $1,750.00 for a table of ten. For more information about the event, to purchase tickets, or to find out about the available sponsorship opportunities, please call Jennifer Tate at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation office at (954) 739-5006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is the leading organization devoted to curing and controlling cystic fibrosis. CF is a genetic disease that can lead to life-threatening lung infections and digestive problems. Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., the Foundation funds CF research, has more than 80 chapter and branch offices throughout the country, and supports and accredits a nationwide network of CF care centers, which provide vital treatments and other CF resources to patients and families. For more information, please visit www.cff.org.