FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - July 13, 2017 - Buffalo, NY

Make the most of our short Buffalo summer by spending a “Hot Night in the City” overlooking the Buffalo River at Hospice Buffalo’s Summer Affair.
Date: Thursday, July 27
Time: 5:30 pm -10:30 pm
Place: Buffalo RiverWorks, 359 Ganson Street
Enjoy cocktails, dinner, auctions, and dancing to JoyRyde and the Hitmen Horns with your family, co-workers and friends. Buy a chance to win $5,000 CASH!
General Admission – $50 per person includes dinner and 2 drinks;
VIP tickets – $100 per person includes exclusive VIP area with 5 hours open premium bar, reserved seating, and swag-bag.
Sizzling Summer Sale – 10% off ticket prices every day the temperature reaches 85-degrees at the Buffalo Niagara Airport!
Purchase Tickets at HospiceSummerAffair.com or call (716) 686-8090.
Can’t make the event? Please consider donating a gift basket to promote your business.
Summer Affair is presented by Ingram Micro, and The Buffalo News. Summer Affair is a ‘21 and over’ event and benefits Hospice Buffalo patients and their families.

Clarice H. Otminski
Director of PR & Community Marketing
716-989-2072 office | 716-512-9325 mobile


 Hospice Buffalo, a non-profit affiliate of The Center for Hospice & Palliative Care (CHPC), provides care, support, advocacy, and education to people impacted by serious illness and loss. CHPC serves more than 900 patients each day in private homes, hospitals and nursing homes, and is the only Medicare-certified, hospice program serving Erie County, NY. The organization also includes Palliative Care Buffalo: Home Connections – homecare for adults with serious illness, regardless of prognosis, Essential Care for Children – homecare program serving seriously ill children and their families, the Wilson Support Center – community grief support, education and resources, and the Palliative Care Institute – a collaborative research and training initiative with the University at Buffalo; and The Hospice Foundation of WNY – the charitable fundraising arm of CHPC.

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