Pictured above – Pink Gala Planning Committee members present include left top row, Michelle Robert, Rachel McCarter, Cheryl Moore, Beth Davidson, Jill Moore. Front row from left, John Bell, Brenda Floeter, Mark O’Bryan, Dawson Davidson and Amanda Scott.

Pink Gala event benefits the Upper Cumberland Pink Ribbon Program

Ticket holders to this year’s sold-out Pink Gala are in for a treat. The Leslie Town Centre will be transformed through designed decor led by Dawson Davidson, event designer with The Tulip Tree, in Nashville.

The Tulip Tree was established in the early 1970s and has been managed by the current owner, Mark O’Bryan, since 1993. Under Mark’s leadership, The Tulip Tree has become Nashville’s premiere florist, offering fine flowers that are artistically arranged for many of Nashville’s most elegant events. The Tulip Tree delivers citywide and arranges flowers for shipping anywhere in the USA.

Dawson joined The Tulip Tree in 2023 and is excited to bring its unique design flair to Cookeville for the Pink Gala.

The Pink Gala, one of the Upper Cumberland region’s premier events, has sold out of all available tickets for the April 6, 2024 event. The elegant evening will include four-course meal, cocktail hour, silent auction, and dancing with returning talent “8 South Band.” The Pink Gala is presented by Cumberland Imaging Associates.

Additional sponsors include Journey Financial Planning, Cherokee Distributing and the Real Estate Collective.

The Pink Gala event benefits the Upper Cumberland Pink Ribbon Program, which provides free mammograms to hundreds of local residents who cannot afford one. Pink Ribbon is one of many charitable programs operated by Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation.

Although the event is sold out, those wishing to support Pink Ribbon directly may do so at CookevilleRegionalCharity.org.

Cookeville Regional Medical Center Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization leading the Upper Cumberland in building a healthier community by providing charitable aid for struggling patients, supporting charitable-health community programs, and investing in health care improvements at CRMC.

Learn more about the Foundation at www.CookevilleRegionalCharity.org or call 931-783-2003.

Photo courtesy of CRMC.

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Ron Moses is the managing editor of the Upper Cumberland Business Journal and can be reached via email. Send an email.

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