Alpha Phi Red Dress Gala to raise money for womens heart health American Heart Association research
In addition to silent and live auctions, the Gala will feature a cocktail social, hors d’oeuvres and desserts. All proceeds from the evening will support the Alpha Phi Foundation, which supports research of Women’s Heart Health and the American Heart Association. Attendees are invited to wear red or add a red accent to their attire.
Sponsors of the 2013 Red Dress Gala include: Bare Escentuals, Bracco, Brittany Elizabeth Photography, CH Patisserie, Coach, Complete Nutrition, Energy Event Group, Flower Mill, Jeff Sampson Photography, JJ’s Wine Spirits, & Cigars, JL Beers, Minerva’s, Northwestern Mutual-Theobald Financial Group, Pizza Ranch, Signature Homestyles, Sanford, Spezia, Top Dog Kennels, University of South Dakota, Vera Bradley and Wiley’s Tavern.
The women of Alpha Phi Sorority have sold more than 600 tickets to this weekend’s event. Tickets are available online ($25 for adults, $15 for students or two adult tickets for $40) at http://reddressgalapsichapter.eventbrite.com. For more information, please contact Alissa Thomsen at (605) 929-4376 or email: Alissa.Thomsen@coyotes.usd.edu.
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