September 13th, 2012 – Atlanta, GA – On Sunday, October 28th at 12 PM, Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation will host its Third Annual Charity Polo Match & Autumn Fête at Chukkar Farm Polo Club in Alpharetta, GA. In addition to an exciting professional polo match, the red-carpet event will feature complimentary cigars, champagne, and an exquisite dessert bar. This Derby-inspired event will have contests for the best hat, best picnic, and best cocktail.
This year’s event will also feature a fashion show highlighting traditional and contemporary Derby attire and a parade of hats.
All of the proceeds from the event will go directly towards the Foundation’s programs to help brighten the future of Atlanta’s young people through much-needed academic programming and services. Last year’s event was a major success with more than 300 attendees and a very exciting polo match.
Special invited guests include Mayor Shirley Franklin, Renee Norr, Courtney Luv, Votte Hall, Darlene McCoy, David Banner, and many more advocates for education. Additionally, principals, administrators, and teachers for several metro-Atlanta districts will be in attendance to support this worthy cause.
Sponsors include Coca-Cola, Publix, Wal-Mart Foundation, Cole Haan, Disney World, Southern Barter Club, Sweet Spot Apparel, V by Rob Bennett, Barami, Cabot Cheese, Agave, Vita Coco, Stampin’ Up, and My Beauti Network.
Tickets for this event are on sale now at www.tomorrowsluminaries.org.
About Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation
Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation, founded by two Georgia Tech alumni, Kelli C. Stancil (24) and
Matthew Carson (26), is a 501(C)3 public charity that emphasizes scholastic achievement. Stancil and Carson started the foundation with the vision of becoming a catalyst that promotes a socially conscious, robust agenda for under-served youth. The Foundation provides students with a holistic approach to leadership and literacy through economically-accessible test prep services and mentoring programs.
For more information on Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation’s academic programs, please visit www.luminaryacademy.org.
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