January 10, 2013: Christine Braden, left assists Ooh La La Jewelry DuJour owner Amy Turner helping out Suzanne Bash Fletcher of the Susan G. Komen foundation with the raffle drawing that consisted of signifigant prizes. Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
Ooh La La Jewelry Du Jour owner Amy Turner rolled out the red carpet for the Susan G. Komen Foundation's early awareness campaign in advance of their big 5k event in March.
Her and the employees were matched by dedicated volunteers to the organization who helped turn the informal meet and greet into a more festive occasion. Everything from wine & cheese to delicious desserts compliments of Tony's C Place tempted attendees.
Add in sale specials on the popular jewelry line plus a raffle and the night felt like a success. Look for more related news or contact the organization at www.komenswfl.org.