Chicago, IL, October 20, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Dance Pink Debuts With Event For Breast Cancer Support and Awareness:
The mortality rate for African American and Latina women suffering from breast cancer remains alarmingly high. Understanding breast health and proper screening saves women’s lives. To help raise awareness, Dance Pink presents a sultry evening of sizzling Latin dance with a live band and pulsating DJ house music on Tuesday, October 30, 2007 from 6:30 PM – 1:00 AM at Rumba, 351 W. Hubbard Street Chicago, Illinois. Proceeds benefit A Silver Lining Foundation and Y-ME Illinois.
The event features a Salsa lesson, a live Salsa band, house music DJ, dance cards for charity and a prize drawing and silent auction featuring a number of donated items.
Advance tickets are available for $35 which includes 2 Dance Pink signature drinks or $1,000 per booth for 4-6 which includes a sit–down dinner. Tickets at the door are $50.
The mission of Dance Pink is to raise awareness about the higher-risk and less positive outcomes of breast cancer among low-income and uninsured women and to raise funds to increase access to early detection and affordable screening.
The beneficiaries of the Dance Pink event are A Silver Lining Foundation and Y-ME Illinois. A Silver Lining ensures that socioeconomic status does not affect an individual's ability to obtain cancer resource information, testing and a timely diagnosis and Y-ME Illinois ensures that no one faces breast cancer alone.
Tickets are available at TicketLeap.com.
Web Site: www.dancepink.org