02/16/2013 — Cystic Fibrosis Valentine’s Gala

12th Annual Cystic Fibrosis Valentine's Gala

12th Annual Cystic Fibrosis Valentine’s Gala

 

 February 16, 2013

5:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Crowne Plaza Reading
1741 Papermill Road
Wyomissing, PA

12th Annual Valentine’s Gala with dinner, entertainment, huge selection raffle, and dancing to the music of “Simon Apple” – featuring a special presentation by Margarete Cassalina, author of  “BEYOND BREATHING”

 

 

Cystic Fibrosis Valentine’s Gala, February 16, 2013

* Sell-out crowds over the last 6 years with an average of
550 guests over the last 11 years

* Hosted 670 guests in 2012

* Annually provides supporters with logo and brand
recognition to over 2,000 members of our community

* Considered one of the hallmark events of the Greater Reading area

* Aligns sponsors with a highly respected charitable
organization making a profound difference in the
lives of children

* Offers corporate engagement through event participation at a lively, fun, and meaningful event

* Has raised over $600,000 to fight the life-shortening disease of cystic fibrosis

* Puts local corporations in the “Good Company” of
other community-minded businesses who, together,
have supported the Valentine’s Gala with over
$200,000 in Sponsorships since its inception

 

For more information or to sponsor the event: Sponsorships for The 12th Annual Cystic Fibrosis Valentine’s Gala

Contact information regarding event:  Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Northeastern Pennsylvania Chapter

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Northeastern PA Chapter
1541 Alta Drive, Suite 204, Whitehall, PA 18052-5632
(610)820-0206 • (800) 552-2199 • Fax (610) 820-9367
www.cff.org • E-mail: ne-pa@cff.org

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