Thursday, October 1, 2009
In the Pink at Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa
What do the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Museum of Modern Art, Kensington Palace, Arc De Triomphe, the Burj Al Arab and now Cato’s Bar at Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa have in common…give up?…all are joining the 10th Anniversary of Global Illumination to raise funds and awareness of Breast Cancer. Often endearingly referred to as the ‘Pink Palace’, could there be a more obvious icon in Noosa than Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa to support this worldwide cause?
From the 19th – 26th October, Cato’s Bar on Hastings Street will be transformed emerging as the ‘Hastings Street Headquarters’ raising both awareness and funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Apart from being bathed in a glorious pink hue, Cato’s will be lighting the way for this month long focus. Guests of the Resort will be invited to participate by placing pink light globes in their rooms, staff will be dressed with pink highlights and pink inspired cuisine will be served…so if you’re asked ‘would you like pink champagne or a pink pasta, don’t be alarmed its all for a good cause! A target of $10,000 has been set with merchandise available for sale and collection tins provided at Cato’s Bar on Hastings Street
Noosa’s calendar of events for October include: National Pink Ribbon Day on the 26th (be sure to come to Cato’s Bar on the 26th as the “Best in Pink” will win a night’s accommodation and all “patrons in bras” will get their first pink beer for free!) a stylish cocktail soiree at the Noosa Yacht & Rowing Club on the 29th and for the not so serious, a Fun Run on the 30th.
“We’ve got some great fun activities planned for the week of the 19th and the energy amongst the team to support the cause is just fantastic. Noosa will play an important role and we will do all we can to support global research and awareness for this very serious disease” said General Manager, Stephen Ferrigno.
So don’t miss out and turn a get together in Cato’s with family, friends or workmates this October into a celebration of the local community’s commitment to breast cancer research.
For bookings or further information telephone the Restaurant on 7 5449 4754.
14-16 Hastings Street
Noosa Heads, Qld 4567
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