Join us for Nor-Cal Think Pink’s 3rd Annual Pretty In Pink Prom Benefit on April 14th, 2018 at Sheraton Redding Hotel. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, raffle prizes and dancing. Music by DJ Bobette. Theme: Old Hollywood. Dress Code: Formal. Pink is not required but encouraged.
Proceeds fund Nor-Cal Think Pink year-round education programs.
Early Bird Tickets: $35 per person until Feb. 15th
Regular Tickets: $45 per person/$85 per couple
Reserved Tables: $395 per reserved table of 10
Purchase tickets online or email us at email@example.com.
DOOR PRIZE: By simply buying a ticket to the Pretty In Pink Prom, you will be automatically entered in our Door Prize drawing for a chance to win a Pandora bracelet from De Von’s Jewelers!
ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN:
A DUTCH RAFFLE will be held with a chance to win one or more of the amazing raffle prizes generously donated by local businesses.
Disneyland: One-Day Park Hopper Passes for Four. $620 Value. (Raffle tickets $10 each.)
2 Night/3 Day Holiday Harbor Houseboat Vacation. $1,335 Value. (Raffle tickets $10 each.)
Raffle tickets for the following prizes will be sold for $20 per arm’s length of tickets:
Adamson’s Peak Performance
Towne Place Suites
The Chiropractor Place
Glamourous Day Spa
Boheme Spa & Salon
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Black Bear Diner
and much, much more!
Nor-Cal Think Pink is a community effort to promote breast cancer awareness.
The campaign originated in 1997 in Northern California with three individuals: Dr. Michael Figueroa, Oncologist of Solace Cancer Care (previously Cancer Care Consultants), Carol Lake of the American Cancer Society – Northern California Unit, and Melody Christenson of MD Imaging (and retired from Solace Cancer Care) in Redding, California. The campaign began with just 500 free bags being handed out to the public.
Early breast cancer detection has a 98% cure rate; when discovered too late, the effects are devastating. Breast cancer can strike anytime: young and old, family history or no family history, healthy and unhealthy women; breast cancer does not discriminate. It is our hope that through advocacy and outreach education with our surrounding communities – Shasta, Siskiyou, Modoc, Tehama and Trinity, women will recognize the importance of annual mammograms and monthly self breast exam.
It is the hope of Think Pink to secure donations from local businesses and individuals as well as grant money to continue to educate women and men about the importance of breast cancer awareness, annual mammograms and self breast exams.