Olivia Newton-John is set to host the inaugural “Pink and Blue
for Two” charity event to be held on April 22nd at the historic and
beautiful Raleigh Hotel on Miami’s South Beach.

Joining her will be author Dr. Ernie Bodai, survivor of prostate cancer, and the man behind the Breast Cancer Research Stamp – the first ever stamp in U.S. history that sells at more than face value with the surplus amount donated directly to breast cancer research.

“Pink and Blue for Two” will be a star-studded fundraising event, attracting Miami’s elite social scene and both local and national media attention. With live performances by Jon Secada (including a special surprise performance), speaking engagements and silent and live auctions, the night will offer a multitude of branding and marketing opportunities for its sponsors and partners, as well as tons of fun for its guests.

The goal of the “Pink and Blue for Two” events will be to raise money and awareness for both breast and prostate cancer research, and to link the similarities between the two. Through these events, they will be urging all couples to help remind one another to go in for screenings of both types of cancers, hence their tag line: “Screen Together. LIV Together.”

The event benefits Cure Breast Cancer and is being held in partnership with Liv Aid.

Event information can be found at www.pinkandbluefortwo.com.
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