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15.01.2019, 14:29

Bringing Las Vegas to Sheffield

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Members of Sheffield’s business community have been invited to don their finest attire and put their best foot forward for a charity ball in February.

 

The event will take place on Friday 22nd March at The Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Sheffield Park.

 

The charity ball, which this year will have a Las Vegas theme, has been organised by leading facilities management company Incentive FM. It aims to beat last year’s fundraising total of £16,000 which will be split between Scotty’s Little Soldiers and Cash for Kids.

 

Over 250 national and local leaders from the facilities management sector and wider business community will enjoy a three-course dinner followed by dancing to live music and then a disco until 1am. A magician will be there for added entertainment and a blind and silent charity auction and raffle will also be held to raise funds for the two charities.

 

Glenn Wilson, Operations Director at Incentive FM Group, said: “This is the 5th year we have hosted this event and each time the local business community has shown how generous they are. Last year’s ball was a huge success, raising much needed funds for charities in the local area and this year is looking to be even better!”

 

Tickets are available at £67.50 per person or £600 for a table of 10 and can be reserved by visiting our website at www.incentive-charityball.com.

 

 

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