RozeMerie Cuevas returns to Denver for the Brass Ring Luncheon hosted by the Children’s Diabetes Foundation at the Denver Marriott City Center. Last year was such a success with RozeMerie the foundation has asked her to come back for another year to show her latest clothing designs on the catwalk.
The Brass Ring Luncheon will occur on November 1st with a fashion show to benefit the Guild of the Children’s Diabetes Foundation. The Chairperson for this years’ event will be Kathy Crapo. This event is one of several the foundation will hold for the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes. The center is one of the largest facilities specializing in type 1 diabetes research and care not only for children but for adults worldwide.
RozeMerie is celebrating 25 years of being one of the leading designers in the business with her “JAC” collection which will capture a younger more trend ware audience. Sticking with the values of glamour and sophistication it is sure to be a hit amongst women of all ages. This collection is a newer rebranded edition of the famous Vancouver Label of Jaqueline Conoir.
“She brought so many innovative designs to the show last year, this year’s show is sure to be a treat for everyone,” says Crapo. Requesting Cuevas’ return was a detail The Guild of the Children’s Diabetes Foundation and Event Coordinator, Susie Hummell knew was a must. “We couldn’t have been happier with last year’s show,” Hummell said. “We’re honored to have such a talented designer return to our event.”
Sponsors for the 2011 event include: The Anschutz Foundation, The Crazy Merchant, WILMAC Foundation, CBS4, The Denver Post, Marriott Denver City Center, Johnson United Moving & Storage, Tom & Lisa Corley, Patty Jenkins, NexGen, MDC Richmond American Homes, SAP and Wells Fargo.
To attend the Brass Ring Luncheon please contact Susie Hummell, Event Coordinator for a reservation at 303.628.5109 or [email protected]
About The Children’s Diabetes Foundation
The Children’s Diabetes Foundation was established by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis in 1977 in Denver, Colorado. A nonprofit organization, the Foundation is dedicated to the support of research in childhood diabetes and to the provision of the best possible clinical and educational programs for children and adults with diabetes. The Foundation’s mission is to raise funds to support the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes where nearly 6,000 children and young adults from all over the world currently receive the finest diabetes care available. For more information on the Children’s Diabetes Foundation visit www.childrensdiabetesfoundation.org.