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Cancer is a Beast: Timepieces, Teacups and Tuxedos Adorn an Enchanted Evening of Celebration

The Charge Up Campaign along with SC Visionary Services and The Table Talk Series will host the 3rd Annual Pink Champagne Gala Saturday, June 3, 2017. The pink carpet evening of celebration will be held at Atlanta Metropolitan College located at 1630 Metropolitan Pkwy SW and will begin at seven o’clock in the evening. The evening will celebrate cancer survivors, caregivers and healthcare professionals and will raise funds in support of the Pink Road Trip and Painted Pink for Breast Cancer. Tickets and exhibition opportunities are available via www.2017pinkchampagnegala.eventbrite.com.

 April 19, 2017 – Atlanta, GA — The Charge Up Campaign in conjunction with SC Visionary Services and The Table Talk Series will host the 3rd Annual Pink Champagne Gala, Saturday, June 3, 2017. The evening of celebrating survivors, caregivers and medical professionals will be held at Atlanta Metropolitan College located at 1630 Metropolitan Pkwy SW. The Pink Tie experience will begin at seven o’clock in the evening.

 Themed after the Disney classic, Beauty & The Beast, Cancer is a Beast will tie in several elements of the animated film. In a setting of the enchantment, guests will be treated to special performances including live music, dance and a dramatic presentation. Proceeds from the gala will support Painted Pink (paintedpink.org) and the Charge Up Campaign’s Pink Road Trip.

 2017 Honorees include: Charge Up Supporters Janet Jackson, last year’s co-host, and Larry Love, Charge Up Survivor and event speaker Tiah Tomlin and Charge Up Healthcare Professional Meisha Amia. Anne-Marie Appiah, founder and CEO of Painted Pink will also share her experience as a cancer survivor.

 Tickets and exhibition opportunities are available at www.2017pinkchampagnegala.eventbrite.com. To find out how to support Charge Up Campaign or be a partner email chargeupcampaign@gmail.com.

 ABOUT THE CHARGE UP CAMPAIGN

The Charge Up Campaign was created by Charessa Sawyer, owner of SC Visionary Services, as a testament to her own personal experience in being the caregiver for her mother, who is also a cancer survivor. She says that seeing firsthand how the disease can impact the self-esteem, finances and day to day living for individuals while they are battling cancer led her to give back in a way the celebrates them for their strength and perseverance. The Charge Up Campaign also hosts the Pink Road Trip, a travelling Day of Celebration providing makeovers and photo shoots for survivors and caregivers. The campaign is expanding to develop support programs for social, economic and other medical related causes.

S. “Keema” Bouyer

Mattie Clay Branding & Public Relations

http://www.mattieclaybpr.com 

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