Swing Your Partner Round and Round at the 2017 Cattle Barons’ Ball

Orlando Cattle Barons' Ball 2017

The historical Gold Rush ignites feelings of discovery and adventure. On Saturday, April 1st at 6 p.m., you too can feel the excitement at the American Cancer Society’s Cattle Barons’ Ball. Put on your best Western attire and mosey on over to the Rosen Shingle Creek for a night of trail-blazing fun. Enjoy gourmet cuisine and libations from over 30 local restaurants, while taking a stand against cancer. Stomp and twirl as you enjoy live country music and pop entertainment. Don’t forget to hunt for your own treasure with the silent and live auctions. Get your tickets here.

Appleton is a proud supporter and sponsor of the Cattle Barons’ Ball. Tickets start at $250 with proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society and its continued efforts to lead the fight to end cancer.

Sprouting its roots in Texas in the 1970s, the Cattle Barons’ Ball is no ordinary gala. The event brings donors from all walks of life together for a swinging good time as they support the American Cancer Society and its 100+ years of cancer research. As a proud supporter of the American Cancer Society, Appleton designed the Gold Rush Gala logo and sponsorship material in solidarity of its mission. The American Cancer Society’s pioneering actions and research has resulted in a 20 percent decrease of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. since the early 1990s.

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