Monday, January 14, 2008

Glow & Behold: An Enchanted Winter Ball to Benefit The Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis





OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE
Söfft Shoe is proud to sponsor the Glow and Behold Winter Ball on February 1, 2008. An evening of dancing, footwear, and fashion with special guest Susan Wornick of WCVB-TV/DT Channel 5. Proceeds benefit the Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis.

A "Black Tie Optional, Fabulous Shoes Essential" with live music all evening by the 12:01 Blues Band, passed hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar, drawings for many fashionable prizes, and a free cocktail and gift bag for each attendee. A "Best Shoe Walk-Off" will take place at 10pm in which all attendees can model their footwear to compete for stylish prizes. Sponsors currently include Barneys, DSW, Iridesse, Insolia, Neiman Marcus, and Söfft Shoe Company.

What: An evening of dancing, fashion, and fun to benefit the Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis hosted by Hello Stiletto Shoe Club, Genevieve Boston, Kristina Kozak, and The Hampshire House.

Who: This event is open to anyone who wishes to attend

When: Friday, February 1, 2008 from 8pm-12am

Where: The Hampshire House, 84 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108

Why: To get dressed up and enjoy a special night out while raising funds for Accelerated Cure Project

Dress: Black Tie Optional (Tuxedo or a dark suit for men; Gown, Suit, or Cocktail dress for women) and outrageously fabulous shoes are encouraged

Cost: Entry fee is $65 per person and is non-refundable unless the event is canceled

RSVP: For more details contact Melissa O'Shea at 781-632-2067 or melissa-shoeball@shoeclub.us.

2 comments:

Accelerated Cure Project said...

Full details and online ticket purchase available here:
http://www.acceleratedcure.org/shoeball.

BarkingDogShoes said...

What a wonderful cause. I was actually diagnosed with MS in my twenties. I'm very thankful to have minimal symptoms after 11 years (but I still have very painful rheumatoid arthritis...bummer). I have recommended Sofft shoes to my good friend that has active MS; she gets nerve pain in her feet.