New York City’s Who’s Who Gather to Benefit Caribbean

New York City’s Who’s Who Gather to Benefit Caribbean

Rhythm, Dance, Honorees


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NEW YORK, June 2, 2011 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC
PR WIRE/ — The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) will host its Rhythms of the Caribbean Ball on Friday, June 10th at The Plaza Hotel as part of Caribbean Week. The event will feature live music, delectable Caribbean cuisine, and an opportunity to network with friends of the Caribbean. Approximately 300 guests including elected and appointed government officials, business professionals, and members of the Caribbean Tourism Organization
will be in attendance.

“The Rhythms of the Caribbean Ball is the perfect combination of an up-scale event with the music, sounds, and beats of the Caribbean,” stated Fernando Abreu, CTO’s Deputy Director of Marketing. “This event is CTO’s opportunity to honor those that have contributed significantly to development in the Caribbean, and also raise funds and give back to the communities in the Caribbean.”

Additional event highlights include Caribbean rum tasting, authentic Caribbean cuisine, and folkloric performances. The event requires ticket for admission.

MEDIA ADVISORY

WHAT:

Rhythms of the Caribbean Ball

WHEN:  

Friday, June 10, 2011

7PM – 12AM

WHERE:

The Plaza Hotel

Fifth Avenue @ 59th Street

New York, NY 10019

WHO:  

Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) with it’s membership of more than 30 membership organizations, government officials, business professionals and friends of the Caribbean

TICKETS:

Tickets are $350 each.  To purchase tickets, visit the event link below.

EVENT LINK:  

www.caribbeanweekny.com/events/consumer-events/Governments-of-the-Caribbean-State-Ball-2

For more information about other Caribbean week events and to obtain a full listing of the week’s events, please visit www.caribbeanweekny.com, www.facebook.com/CaribbeanTourismOrganization; twitter.com/ctotourism

For more information about the Caribbean Tourism Organization, please visit www.onecaribbean.org.

SOURCE  Caribbean Tourism Organization

New York City’s Who’s Who Gather to Benefit Caribbean