BackOffice Associates Announces Benefit
SOUTH HARWICH, Mass. — BackOffice Associates, LLC, the thought leader in data migration, data governance, and process governance solutions, in support of SAP® solutions, today announced the BackOffice Associates Serving For A Cure with James Blake tennis exhibition and after party to benefit the Thomas Blake Sr., Memorial Research Fund, established to support cancer research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. This event will bring together the worlds of championship tennis and New York’s fashion, music and culinary elite to serve up a night of exciting entertainment, dedicated to helping this deserving cause. The VIP reception begins 5:30 pm, with tennis beginning at 7:30 at Pier 94, located at 711 12th Ave. (55 & 12th Ave).
The evening will feature American tennis stars James Blake and former World No. 1, Grand Slam champion Andy Roddick. BackOffice Partner and rising tennis star Melanie Oudin will be in attendance at a VIP meet and greet from 5:30 until 7:00 pm.
Following the exhibition, guests are invited to attend an after party featuring a musical performance by multiple Grammy-Award winning musician Wyclef Jean. The memorable evening will also feature a food tasting served up by host chef John Mooney, of Highland Manor and New York City’s finest chefs and culinary talent. Running concurrent with the after party will be a fashion show featuring James Blake’s new clothing line, the Thomas Reynolds Collection by Fila.
Tickets for this event are available at BackOffice Serving For A Cure or by calling 866-840-8822. For more information about the event visit mskcc.org/jamesblake
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