The Moms newest Mamarazzi event celebrated Sylvania, Breast Cancer Awareness month and Kristin Chenoweth’s newest album “For The Girls”.
The Campbell Bar, at 15 Vanderbilt, right near Grand Central hosted this marvelous exclusive event with wonderful sandwiches, salads and refreshing lemonade.
Glenn Gracia introduced the Sylvania “Be the Light” which focuses on the importance of hope. We believe that mental health is just as important as physical health, and that small moments of kindness can alter the course of someone’s day. You can nominate anyone who exemplifies what it means to “Be the Light” at https://www.sylvania.com/BeTheLight to thank that special person who lights up your world. Out of the nominations, 25 people in the United States who best embody the “Be the Light” concept will receive a Thank You Gift that includes a $50 Gift Card and SYLVANIA LED lighting products. If your nominee is selected, we will reward you with a $20 Gift Card and SYLVANIA lighting products too! These selected stories of light-hearted people will be shared online with the hope they will ignite a movement toward positivity and help inspire others to Be the Light.
Kristin has stated; “Thinking of my mom during breast cancer awareness month – she’s a two-time survivor and one of the strongest women I know! I saw first hand the incredible battle with this awful disease, and that’s why I’m such an advocate for the best possible screening tools. If breast cancer is found early, the 5-year survival rate is almost 100%. That’s why such innovative screening technology as Genius 3D MAMMOGRAPHY™ exams are critical since they allow for more accurate detection. Demand full coverage from your insurance company for Genius™ 3D MAMMOGRAPHY™ exams so you can have a more accurate mammogram.”
Kristin is returning to the stage in a concert celebrating the release of her newest album. The limited engagement begins November 8th at the Nederlander Theatre.
The Moms are Denise Albert an award-winning journalist and television producer and a #fulltimeworkingstayathomemom #HappilyDivorced, #FutureCancerSurvivor (and #Survivor) “independent” mom of two boys.
Denise stated “I never thought October would be an awareness month that includes ME! I am now and forever tied to #BreastCancer and I’ll be using this month especially to live out loud and tune in NOW on HLN. I try to be honest and make a difference in everything I do, whether on @SiriusXM, on social media, or with my friends and family. I speak out on social media about my life as a mom, my social life, my divorce, and my work (with lots of fun hashtags!), so it only felt natural for me to continue living publicly as a #FutureCancerSurvivor. My public journey, and my work with Ford @WarriorsInPink, has taught me a lot about how to enjoy #MOREGOODDAYS during breast cancer treatment, and how to extend more good days to others in the fight. As I continue treatment and move toward embracing my new #Survivor status, I’ve shared some of the lessons I’ve learned on how to enjoy more good days during my breast cancer journey. Please go to TheMOMS.com to see more tips on how to help your friends have #MOREGOODDAYS #SP
Melissa Musen Gerstein spent the past ten years working in broadcast television at the networks including, ABC, CBS, MNSBC, CNBC and CNN. She has produced for Anderson Cooper’s Show as well as several others.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Nearly half of all women 40 and older have dense breasts.
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Look for Part 2 tomorrow.