2018 Pretty In Pink Prom
Nor-Cal Think Pink is hosting their 3rd annual formal fundraising event, the “Pretty In Pink Prom”. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, door and raffle prizes, and of course it wouldn’t be a prom without dancing!
When: April 14th, 2018
Where: Sheraton Redding Hotel at the Sundial Bridge
Dress Code: Formal Attire
Theme: Old Hollywood. Pink is encouraged but not required.
Thank You To Our Premier Sponsor Redding Rancheria!
Tickets Now For Sale!
$45 per person | $85 per couple
$395 reserved table of (10)
Purchase online at https://pinkprom.eventbrite.com/, or by emailing us at email@example.com.
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.
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 will be sold for $20 per arm’s length of tickets for the following prizes:
- S.F. Giants
- Adamson’s Peak Performance
- Urban Retreat
- Wildlife Safari
- Massage Envy
- Victoria Secret
- Towne Place Suites
- Dandelion Boutique
- Lucero Oil
- The Chiropractor Place
- Glamourous Day Spa
- Boheme Spa & Salon
- Jewelz Kloset
- Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
- Black Bear Diner
- Sailing Boat
- and much, much more!
The goal of this event is to raise funds to expand our mission to educate the importance of early detection throughout the whole year and in more rural communities in the North State. Our year-round education includes hosting an educational booth at various local events each month, offering educational workshops and breast self-exam demos at organizations and businesses, distributing educational materials to local medical offices, and producing educational messages for social media. It is our hope that through advocacy and outreach education with our surrounding Northern California communities, women will recognize the importance of annual mammograms; monthly breast self exams, and other early detection tools.