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AIDS Services of Dallas to Host No Tie Dinner & Dessert Party on Saturday, March 26, 2011
Dallas's Most Anticipated Party of the Year is Finally Here
The 2011 Honorary Chairs for this event include D’Andra Simmons, Paige and Clint Fletcher, and Michelle and Bernard Nussbaumer. WFAA Good Morning Texas host Amy Vanderoef serves as the celebrity emcee. Susan Friedman of Friedman Marketing & Public Relations serves as Publicity Chair.
All guests will be entertained with dancing, drinks, and a silent auction to raise funds for housing and supportive services for ASD clients. It goes without saying that guests will enjoy delicious desserts throughout the night, provided by Dallas’s finest restaurants and caterers – Salum, Fearing’s Off Premise Catering, Chocolate Secrets, and Jim Lee Events to name only a few. DJ Marshall Leak of Entertainment Enterprises will keep the dance floor crowded with his musical talent, and a professional auctioneer will be hosting the silent auction.
Prior to the Dessert Party, guests have the option of attending one of numerous dinner parties hosted in homes around the Dallas area. Ranging from intimate to large, casual to formal, there are many varieties of dinner parties all with the same purpose – to have a fun and fabulous time, while raising awareness of the ASD purpose (guests of the dinners are asked to make a minimum donation of $50 to ASD).
The No Tie Dinner & Dessert Party is now accepting dinner party hosts. If you are interested in sponsoring the event or hosting a dinner party of your own, contact Don Neubauer at 214.946.6113 or email@example.com.
ABOUT AIDS SERVICES OF DALLAS
The mission of ASD is to create and strengthen healthy communities through the delivery of quality, affordable, service-enriched housing for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS who are economically disadvantaged and to coordinate a broad range of direct services and programs, including advocacy and education. ASD’s mission includes advocacy, education, and the development of affordable housing options and community development opportunities, both for its residents living with HIV/AIDS, and for economically disadvantaged people. For more information about ASD, visit http://www.aidsdallas.org.