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FIGHT FOR THE GIRLS
Boxers set to deliver a devastating blow to breast cancer
TORONTO, Canada – April 28, 2011 – As a part of its continuing effort to help eradicate breast cancer, Dewith’s Boxing Studio is pleased to announce it will be hosting its 2nd annual Fight for the Girls fundraiser gala. This charity event will take place in Toronto at the prestigious Fairmont Royal York Hotel on May 18th 2011. Top business professionals across the country are set to recreationally compete in an amateur style boxing bouts to help raise awareness for such a laudable cause. Expectation of one hundred and seventy five thousand dollars will be donated to the Breast Cancer Society of Canada, who will dedicate these funds to breast cancer research at Sunny brook’s Odette Cancer Centre
“We enjoy doing our part and giving back to society in whatever way we can,” says Dewith Frazer, past Olympian and owner of Dewith’s Boxing Studio located in Mississauga. “This event will give us the opportunity to put on a fantastic show and at the same time raise money for a great cause.”
To highlight the benevolent nature of the evening, honorary guest speakers will be present to share poignant and inspirational stories about their unfortunate familiarity with breast cancer. There will be many media personalities and public figures in attendance to lend their support as well.
Not failing to mention, the boxers who will give altruistically of themselves to serve as the night’s entertainment.
Barrington Grey, Vice President and Estate Planning Specialist with RBC Dominion Securitas Inc will be the one of the fighters for the main event. Having been personally afflicted by the woes of breast cancer with the passing of his grandmother; Mr Grey is very passionate and is cognizant of the devastating emotional markings left by this illness. “In the midst of her battle, my grandmother possessed an effortless gracefulness; expressed by Mr Grey. “Not even the ugliness of cancer could rob her of her beauty.”
Among the roster of talent participating are Tom Ross – Vice-President, Director and Associate Portfolio Manager with RBC Calgary division and, Nigel Fox, owner of IntelliFox, an Information Technology company based in Toronto. Both of whom feel compelled to do their part to fight for the girls.
Last but not least, the corporate sponsors whose overwhelming generosity makes this event possible. One of the biggest and loyal protagonists has been the Royal Bank of Canada, who has set the standard for other corporations to follow suit. Without sponsorship this event would be proven fruitless and, help is urgently needed to find a cure for breast cancer.
This fundraiser is propelled by compassion, austerity and ambition; adjectives which are synonymous with Dewith’s Boxing Studio. With a staff of past Olympic fighters and a welcoming training setting, this successful centre is a place where people can learn the art and finesse of achieving their fitness goals.
For details on how to become a corporate sponsor and, to learn more about the gala please, feel free to Dewith Frazer or Marsha Davidson.
Media Contact Information
Dewith Frazer Marsha Davidson
Dewith’s Boxing Studio Breast Cancer Society of Canada
1-905- 290-9162 1 (800) 567-8767