Atlanta: Join The 6th Annual 50 Shades Of Pink Foundation Gala & Fashion Show

If you’re heading from Harlem to Atlanta this weekend, then we suggest you check out the 50 Shades of Pink Foundation has announced the 6th Annual 50 Shades of Pink Gala and Fashion Show.

The show is hosted by tv personality Alicia Quarles (Daily Mail TV) and actor Brad James (“For Better or Worse”) presented by LifeBrite Laboratories, this Saturday, October 13, 2018 at 6 pm at Atlanta City Hall.

The “Winter Wonderland”-themed affair will include a fashion show as well as entertainment from saxophonist and viral sensation Nathaniel Lane (aka #SaxBae) and award-winning poet Hank Stewart.

Proceeds from the gala will benefit the 50 Shades of Pink Foundation’s mission of treating the inner and outer beauty of Breast Cancer Warriors.

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Special thanks to title sponsor LifeBrite Laboratories, a customer-centered, national reference laboratory offering a unique and specialized approach to laboratory testing. LifeBrite realizes patient care is directly affected by laboratory results which is why they are committed to providing the most accurate and reliable Inherited Cancer Genetics (ICGx) testing results.

Saturday, October 13, 2018
Tickets are available at

Atlanta City Hall – 55 Trinity Ave SW, Atlanta GA 30303

Photo credit: Dr. Jackie Walters

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