A Zombie Fashion Show will take place on Friday, April 12 at Savannah Station with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. for a pre-party, followed by the runaway show at 7:30 p.m. The cost is $35 for regular admission and $25 for students with ID. The show will include open bar and hors d’oeuvres by Leoci’s, Bar Food, Crystal Beer Parlor, and Johnnie Ganems.
Proceeds benefit the Kiss-a-Pig Campaign of Cora Bett Thomas and Austin Hill, local realtors.
According to event organizer, Anne Bolyea, “We are using the popularity of zombies to draw attention to the work of American Diabetes Association. A “horror” theme is very appropriate when you think about the scary consequences of undetected and undiagnosed diabetes. We urge people to come out for this unique production featuring the work of some of the most creative people in Savannah.”
Fashion Show attendees will experience a stroll through a “cemetery” before a spooky evening of fabulous fashions by Bleu Belle Boutique, Red Clover, and Savannah Arts Academy Junk2Funk. Hair and makeup will be done by B-Street Salon, and glam lip and eye will be done by The Powder Room.
Spectacular special effects are courtesy of Chatterbox Entertainment. Meeting Dynamics, Inc. will also be providing props, lighting, and special effects for the show.
Kevin Cartee with Cartee Image Consultants will be presenting the “2013 High Style Award” during the evening.
Sponsors of Drop Dead Gorgeous are Savannah Station, Cartee Image Consultants, PKD Sounds, Stagefront Production Services, Creative Approach, Digital Envy, WTOC, and WRHQ, Quality Rock, 105.3.
Online tickets may be purchased by going to www.adazombieshow.org or tickets may be purchased at the following outlets: Bleu Belle Boutique Red Clover B-Street Salon Creative Approach Cora Bett Thomas/Austin Hill Realty
Funds raised during Drop Dead Gorgeous Zombie Fashion Show benefit American Diabetes Association, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to curing diabetes and improving the lives of all people affected by diabetes. Diabetes is the nation’s fifth deadliest disease, killing more than 220,000 Americans each year. It is the leading cause of heart disease and stroke, adult blindness, kidney failure and non-traumatic amputations.
For more information contact Maria Center at email@example.com or 912-353-8110, ext. 3091.