The 1st Annual PINK! Breast Cancer Social Benefit will be held from 5pm-8pm on Saturday, October 24th at The Rhythm on Music Row, located at 1510 Demonbreun Street in Nashville. Produced by Modern Hustle, the event will benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Greater Nashville.

There will be a limited number of tickets available at the door. A $10 donation includes entry and 1 raffle ticket; a $20 donation includes entry and 6 raffle tickets. Included with admission are complimentary hors d’oeuvres and pink cupcakes, plus the sounds of Dj NA-HAN & RPD.. A cash bar will also be available featuring $3 pink rose shots.

Raffle items will include:
*Free Laser Hair Removal
*Free Week Pass for Kickboxing Classes @ NMMA
*”Beauty Bag” including a free Tanastacia Custom Tan, Hair Cut/Color by Amanda Michele, $200 of Therapy Systems Skin Care and more

Silent auction items will include:
*Autographed items from Reba McEntire, Kelly Clarkson, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Michael W. Smith, Melinda Doolittle and more!
*Autographed Pink Tennessee Titans Jersey
*Elvis Presley Getaway including 2 passes to Graceland, 1 night stay at Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel and a collection of Elvis-themed swag
*Daisy Rock Wildwood Acoustic Guitar (Pink Burst)
*4 tickets to see Stryper at the Wildhorse Saloon
*2 tickets to see Tesla at the Cannery Ballroom
*Dinner for two at Merchants Restaurant Downtown
*$50 Gift Certificate for Saffire Restaurant in Franklin
*2 tour passes for the new Johnny & June Exhibit at the Ryman Auditorium
*2 tickets to a Christmas show at the Boiler Room Theatre
*VIP Gold Table for 6 at the Gameness Fighting Championship

Sponsors for the event include Modern Hustle, Tanastacia, Nashville Publicity Group and Daisy Rock Girl Guitars.

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