PLF_PreaknessFashion, charity, sports, oh my! Springtime is horse racing season and what a better way to experience the famous Preakness Stakes but with a party at Piazza at Schmidt’s (1050 North Hancock Street, Philadelphia, PA); while supporting a good cause of course. Mark your calendars for the “Preakness at the Piazza” on May 18, 2013 from 5pm-9pm to raise money and awareness in the fight against MS!

This Philadelphia Young Professional’s event will surely be one of the top “Parties of the Spring!” Proceeds from ticket sales and a silent auction will be donated to this amazing cause that continually help 2.1 million people affected with this disease. Philly’s own DJ Royale with be spinning before and after the race while you enjoy the all-you-can-eat and drink at the bar and buffet.

Everyone is encouraged to dress to impress with race-day hats for women and preppy bow ties for men. The hosts with the most, FOX29’s Mike Jerrick and special surprise guest will be acting as the fashion police, giving the ‘exacta’ on who’s attire is winner’s circle worthy. They will also be narrating the race from the Piazza’s forty-foot screen.

Tickets for Preakness at the Piazza can be purchased for $70, which include open bar and buffet for four hours. Couples tickets can be purchased for $65 each, and discounted group tickets are available for $55 each. Grab a group of friends and support this fantastic cause while having a blast. Please visit http://www.preaknessatthepiazza.com for more information and stay informed about the event by following the Twitter and liking the Facebook Page.

Support a Great Cause…

The Greater Delaware Valley Chapter of the National MS Society serves 14,000 local people living with MS. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50. MS is a chronic, unpredictable disease of the central nervous system with no known cause or cure. There is a wide range of symptoms, including tingling, numbness, tremors, loss of vision, cognitive issues and more. The National MS Society mobilizes people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS. For more information visit their website.

Disclaimer: No compensation was received in exchange for this blog post. Two complimentary tickets were provided for PLF to attend the event.  Facebook, Twitter and Google are not affiliated with this giveaway. Event is not sponsored by Philly Loves Fun.

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  1. Thanks for including me as a related article xo!

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