BE SEXY FOR A CAUSE: SEXY FOR THE CURE ROLLS OUT PINK CARPET FOR THE SEX AND THE CITY 2 MOVIE PREMIERE

Local event producers partner with Women Rock for the Cure to create an experience surrounding Sex and the City; the movie, the event, the lifestyle [slideshow]

Nashville, TN —Nashville event producers bring out Sex and the City fans’ inner Carrie, Miranda, Samantha, and Charlotte with Sexy for the Cure, an event benefiting Breast Cancer awareness non-profit Women Rock for the Cure, on Friday May 28th in the Green Hills area. Decked out in pink, Yolos Restaurant, Green Hills Theater, and Crow’s Nest Restaurant will host the event montage. The uber-sexy night will celebrate confidence and strength while bringing awareness of Breast Cancer and its affect on the community.

"Sexy For The Cure brings an all out chic, fun and hot pink attitude to raise awareness for this great cause,” shares Co-Founder of WRFTC Jensen Sussman. She goes on to say, “Women Rock For The Cure is excited and honored to be a part of this event!"

Sexy for the Cure will be an experience for the ‘fashionable’ books as Sex and the City fans will experience a slice of the big apple lifestyle in Nashville. Beginning at Yolos Restaurant (3805 Green Hills Village Drive), SATC connoisseurs should prepare to meet “Charlotte” at the bar for a refreshing glass of One Hope Wines, sponsored by Athens Distributing ; the sexiness continues down the pink carpet as “Carrie” joins in on the fun of posing and waving for the press; as guests enter the theater they are encouraged to kick back with “Miranda” to watch the highly anticipated debut of Sex and the City 2; and the night has only begun as they stroll down to Crow’s Nest (2221 Bandywood Drive) to rub elbows as “Samantha’s” plus one.

Leading up to Sexy for the Cure was the “I Am Sexy…” contest hosted by HerNashville.com in an effort to capture essays, in 75 words or less, of Breast Cancer survivors who will share their journey through Breast Cancer and survival. The ten (10) essay winners will be the ‘sexy’ VIPs for the evening. The survivors will enjoy a day of pampering as they begin with hair and makeup, are highlighted on the pink carpet and will gather in their reserved seats in the movie theater and after-party. .

Sexy for the Cure is sponsored by Social Butterfly PR & Events, The MEPR Agency, KCW Events, Jive Printing, Her Nashville, The Nashville Scene, Yolos Restaurant, Crow’s Nest Restaurant, K. England Photography, FILM 615 , Glaceau, Marlo Ross Designs, Skyy Vodka, and One Hope Wines; and will benefit Women Rock for the Cure.

For more information on Sexy for the Cure please visit www.sexandthecitynashville.com or email info@SexandthecityNashville.com, for tickets visit www.SexyfortheCure.eventbrite.com, and to follow the conversation visit www.Twitter.com/SATCnashville.

Secure your place on the pink carpet by contacting The MEPR Agency, 615.423.4588 or info@mepragency.com.

About Women Rock For The Cure WRFTC was founded in 2007 by four friends with ties to the music industry: Jensen Sussman, Liz Lee Schullo, Rebekah Lee Beard and Tara Austin who all met through the Society of Leaders in Development (SOLID), an organization for young music business professionals. With the support of SOLID, the girls set out to organize an all-female, writer-in-the round benefit concert – later called Women Rock For The Cure – to help raise awareness and funds for SOLID’s Race For The Cure team. Since then, WRFTC has worked to support the Greater Nashville affiliate of Susan G. Komen For The Cure®, raising money and increasing breast cancer awareness locally. After two amazing years of standing-room-only concerts, the founders decided to make WRFTC a non-profit organization. With the group’s new status, WRFTC is pinker than ever and always rockin’ to reach the organization’s vision; WRFTC is committed to fighting breast cancer by utilizing the passion, creativity and strength of the entertainment industry to find inspiring ways to raise money for Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Greater Nashville, as well as creating awareness programs for men and women of all ages. For more information please visit www.womenrockforthecure.org.

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