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Mark Your Calendar: Hats for Hope is April 5

The Hats for Hope silent auction is just around the corner! You’re invited to attend this  pre-Derby event of the year on April 5. The event benefits the James Graham Brown Cancer Center.

Be amazed by our fabulous hat selection and take advantage of the Pink Carpet, Celebration of Hope stories, enjoy ice cream from the Comfy Cow, and a specialty cocktail provided by Brown-Forman. This is a one-of-a-kind charity event that you won’t want to miss!

There will also be a 2012 Hats for Hope Silent Auction that includes approximately 200 new, designer and gently worn Derby hats, as well as many other great items and packages. All proceeds are donated to Breast Cancer Patient Care at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center.

Here are the details:

Hats for Hope
Thursday April 5, 2012
6:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Downtown Louisville Marriott
280 West Jefferson Street        

Tickets are $30 in advance or $40 the day of the event.

Admission includes hors d’oeuvres, Comfy Cow ice cream, wine and a specialty cocktail provided by Brown-Forman.

To purchase tickets, or to learn more about this exciting event, visit www.hatsforhopelouisville.org or call 502.874.8574. They are also on Facebook & Twitter!
Hats for Hope thanks its sponsors!

  • Founding sponsors: KFC, UFPC and YUM! Brands, Inc.
  • Premier sponsors:  RJ Corman Railroad Company, Diva’s, Golden State Foods
  • Other Major Sponsors: Tandem Public Relations, Brown-Forman, AccuServ, Mall St. Matthews, UofL Foundation, & Deming, Malone Livesay & Ostroff CPAs
  • Media sponsors: Louisville Magazine and WAVE 3 TV

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