Freeman, the world's leading provider of integrated services for face-to-face marketing events including expositions, conventions, corporate events and exhibits, is this yearâ€™s recipient of the Jack Holloway Star of Gratitude Award.
Online PR News – 02-December-2010 – – What: UCP of Central Florida hosts An Evening at the Palace, UCPâ€™s 18th Annual Gala. This event includes a four-course gourmet meal, silent and live auctions, entertainment, as well as honoring the following community and business leaders for their unending support of UCP of Central Florida.
Jack Holloway Star of Gratitude Award
Freeman, the world's leading provider of integrated services for face-to-face marketing events including expositions, conventions, corporate events and exhibits, is this yearâ€™s recipient of the Jack Holloway Star of Gratitude Award. The award is named after Jack Holloway, founder of ABC Fine Wine & Spirits, for his life's work as an entrepreneur and philanthropist of many worthwhile causes including UCP of Central Florida. Honorees who receive the Star of Gratitude Award have demonstrated, through their community and philanthropic efforts, a commitment to continuing the legacy of a man whose love of serving children with disabilities was as large as his dreams.
Jackie Bailes Legacy Award
Ed Bookbinder and John White of Visual Impact Communications, a full-service production company, are the third recipients of the Jackie Bailes Legacy Award. The award is named after a special individual whose love and guidance has helped UCP children and families build a better life, to feel respected in the goals they set to achieve and to realize they are an important part of our community.
When: Saturday, February 26, 2011 from 5:30 â€“ 10:00 p.m.
Where: Buena Vista Palace Hotel & Spa; 1900 Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830
Cost and Attire: Tickets are $250 a seat; tables of 10 are available starting at $2,500; and dress is black-tie optional.
Why: All proceeds benefit support, education and therapy programs provided by UCP of Central Florida for children with and without special needs.
About UCP of Central Florida
UCP of Central Florida is the expert for children with special needs and provides support, education and therapy services for children, birth to age 21, with all types of disabilities. Services are offered in the home as well at six locations throughout Central Florida: downtown Orlando, East Orlando near UCF, Kissimmee, Lake Mary, Pine Hills and Winter Garden. More than 2,400 children and their families received services provided by UCP last year. For more information, visit www.ucpgala.com or call(407) 852-3307.