Benefiting the American Diabetes Association
RED BANK, NJ - Jersey Shore Premiere Events is hosting a red carpet business networking event on Tuesday, June 11th, at Buona Sera in Red Bank, beginning at 6:00pm. Part of the proceeds will benefit the American Diabetes Association.
Our guests will have numerous opportunities to network with over 150 local business owners and public officials, win prizes, promote their business or cause in a red carpet interview, take photos with the Jersey Shore Premiere models or media personalities, all while helping a great charity.
The red carpet host will be Jersey Shore Premiere Girl Melissa Maria, while entertainment is provided by Instinctive DJs. Our special guests include Monmouth County Deputy Freeholder Director, Serena DiMaso, and Jamie Otis from the TV shows The Bachelor and Bachelor Pad. NYC-based painter Alexandra Popescu-York will also exhibit some of her paintints, and an auction will be conducted with part of the proceeds benefiting the American Diabetes Association.
Sponsors of this event include VanNortwick Properties, Eco Awnings and ShoreVacations.com. More vendor and sponsorship opportunities are available.
This event is a reminder to support our local communities and small businesses at large, as entrepreneurs and local community efforts are what make our hometowns the great places that they are.
Jersey Shore Premiere Events is an organization founded by Rosa Davis and Chris Fotache, whose mission is to bring small business owners together to pool together resources and ideas in order to strengthen communities and help businesses grow.
The American Diabetes Association’s Jersey Shore Tour de Cure will take place on September 21 in Asbury Park. The Tour de Cure is the ADA’s signature cycling event - a ride, not a race. The mission of the Association is to prevent and cure Diabetes, and to improve the lives of those living with Diabetes every day as we lead the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fight for those affected. Through fundraising events like the Tour de Cure, and engagement of the local community, this mission is possible! Learn more about the ADA at www.diabetes.org
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