Vocal impressionist Véronic DiCaire joined forces with Hard Rock Cafes in Las Vegas as part of the 14th Annual PINKTOBER campaign to raise funds to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Pictured: Hard Rock Cafe General Manager Greg Thomas, Michelle White-Sukala, Bally’s Headliner Véronic DiCaire, Susan G. Komen of Southern Nevada Executive Director Stephanie Kirby, Hard Rock Cafe General Manager Darcy Byers.
Collectively, they raised a total of $6,069.39, through pink ribbon sales, a special Night School 4 Girls class, collections at VÉRONIC Voices at Bally’s Las Vegas and more.
Present for the donation were Susan G. Komen of Southern Nevada Executive Director, Stephanie Kirby, Michelle White-Sukala, Véronic DiCaire, and Hard Rock Cafes Las Vegas General Managers Greg Thomas and Darcy Byers. The donation was made in honor of Michelle White-Sukala, who is currently battling breast cancer.
Hard Rock’s PINKTOBER program encourages guests around the world to support breast cancer awareness by attending live music performances and pink-themed events at Hard Rock locations across the globe during the month of October. For more information on Hard Rock International, visit www.hardrock.com.
For more information about Susan G. Komen for the Cure, visit ww5.komen.org.
Don’t miss VÉRONIC Voices, now appearing inside the Jubilee! Theater, Thursdays at 9:30pm; Fridays at 7:00pm; and Saturdays at 7:00pm. Tickets are $30 – $120 (plus fees), and can be purchased in person at Bally’s Box Office, by calling 702-777-2782 or online at VeronicVoices.com.