The American Cancer Society

Mission Statement: As one of the top fundraisers in all of the Great West Division, The annual Women of Quail Creek Fashion Show, in partnership with the Relay For Life team, support ongoing research to find a cure for cancer. This fun event draws over 300 participants annually who enjoy a fashion show, silent auction, lavish gift basket raffle, 50/50 raffle and a wonderful meal. For the February 2019 event, we are partnering with two locally-owned boutiques in Tubac – Sole and The Crow’s Nest.

We encourage Tucson and surrounding community members to join us. Sponsorships are available to businesses or individuals that would like to advertise or honor a loved one affected by Cancer.
Contact Name: Lisa Johnson
Title: 2019 Fashion Show Chair
Address: 2615 E Sawyer Road
City: Green Valley
State: AZ
Zipcode: 85614
Daytime Phone: 520-979-4942
Fax:
Email: fashionshow@womenqc.com
Website: https://womenqc.com/
Signature Event Name: The Women of Quail Creek Annual Fashion Show – “Under One Umbrella”
Date: 02/25/2019
Time: Festivities begin at 10:00am
Place: Madera Crystal Ballroom
Price: $25.00

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