Did we take your photo at Sunday's Go Naked and Check Yourself benefit?
On Sunday, a sellout crowd of approximately 250 people packed into Teak restaurant to help raise money and awareness for detectable cancers. The event, the second annual Go Naked and Check Yourself, featured cocktails, a DJ, finger foods from Flavour restaurants, and a silent auction, among other attractions. Last year, Chris Paseka, co-owner of Sugarush and Go Naked organizer along with Angie Courtney of Sweetest Sin lingerie, said the event raised nearly $9,000, which was donated to the American Cancer Society. This year, Paseka said he hoped to increase that total by as much as 50 percent. The Go Naked theme was conceived as a way to draw attention to the need to be proactive when it comes to your personal health. Detectable cancers …
The detectable cancers benefit is tonight at Teak from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
The second annual Go Naked and Check Yourself event for cancer awareness is being held tonight at Teak restaurant in Red Bank from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. A joint effort by the folks at Sugarush andSweetest Sin lingerie, Go Naked is an attempt to draw attention to detectable cancers, including breast, testicular, and skin cancers, among others. And while you’re not required to go naked at the event, there will be lingerie models on hand to demonstrate what it’s like. There will also be cocktails and appetizers, a DJ and a photo booth as well as gift bags, a raffle, and auction. Visit Sugarush or Sweetest Sin to purchase your last minute tickets. “These particular cancers, if caught soon enough, are 100 percent preventable,” Chris Paseka, one half…