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Star Studded Orange Carpet Arrivals


STAR-STUDDED ‘ORANGE’ CARPET ARRIVALS AT FOOD BANK FOR NEW YORK CITY’S APRIL 17TH CAN-DO AWARDS

 GALA HOSTED BY STANLEY TUCCI AND CO-CHAIRED BY MARIO BATALI & SUSAN CAHN

FEATURING SPECIAL GUESTS KEVIN BACON & KYRA SEDGWIC

~ Award-Winning Musical Group Bush to Give a Special Performance ~

 

Mario Batali, Stanley Tucci, Kevin Bacon, Kyra Sedgwick, Gavin Rossdale,

John Benjamin Hickey, Tom Colicchio, David Burke, Scott Adsit, Anne Burrell, Cesare Casella, David Chang, Jill Hennessy, Oliver Platt, Rachael Ray, Gail Simmons, Dominic Fumusa, Richard Belzer, Kelly Bensimon, Wendy Williams, Judah Friedlander, Ilana Levine, Jack McBrayer, Noah Emmerich, Talia Balsam, Jay McInerney, Jesse Peretz

+ Others Expected to Attend

 

Honored for their commitment to hunger-relief are: Barilla, The River Fund New York and State Senator Liz Krueger.

 

WHERE:       Cipriani Wall Street, 55 Wall Street, New York NY 10005

WHEN:          Tuesday, April 17, 2012

                        Media Check-In @ 5:00pm at 57 Wall St. Entrance

                        Orange Carpet Arrivals @ 6:00pm

 

MORE:          Highlights of the evening include cocktail reception followed by a sit down dinner, live auction, musical performance by Bush and champagne & dessert reception. Sponsors of the event include: Bank of America, AT&T Pioneers, Birra Peroni Nastro Azzurro, Cooking Channel, Delta Air Lines, FedEx, Food Network, Fresh Ginger, Ginger Ale by Bruce Cost, Gotham magazine, Ruffino, S.L. Benfica, Southern Wine & Spirits, SVEDKA Vodka, Target, Teleflora, The Door: An Idea House, and Whole Foods Market

 

Media Contacts: The Door

Lois Najarian / 646-340-1763 / Lois@thedooronline.com

Christina Graham / 646-340-1764 / Christina@thedooronline.com

Katy Darnaby / 847-414-4411 / Katy@thedooronline.com


About the Food Bank For New York City

Right now, nearly three million New Yorkers are having difficulty affording food. The Food Bank For New York City is there with a solution. The Food Bank is serving our most vulnerable neighbors by providing a meal today, resources for a more secure tomorrow and nutrition education to help them lead and sustain healthy lifestyles.  

The Food Bank is the only hunger-relief organization that takes this integrated approach to ending food poverty, working through a citywide network of soup kitchens, food pantries, senior centers, classrooms, after-school programs and more. To learn more, visit:  foodbanknyc.orgfoodbanknyc.org. Follow us on Twitter! @FoodBank4NYC 

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