Dawn Delvo, manager of Marketing and Publicity for the Nashville-based record label Black River Entertainment, has announced her candidacy for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Women of the Year Campaign. Delvo is representing Black River in the campaign with the 2nd Annual All Access for LLS Celebrity eBay Auction.
Some of the biggest names in country music, including Alabama, Craig Morgan, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Shania Twain, Taylor Swift and Thompson Square have donated their time, talents and autographed memorabilia to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. VG helped coordinate a prize package with rockers Buckcherry.
The auction includes items and experiences from the biggest names in country, rock, and contemporary Christian music as well as NASCAR and the National Hockey League.
“Being a new mama, and knowing how these diseases impact children, makes this cause mean even more to me now than I could have ever imagined,” said Delvo. “Nothing is more important to me than protecting my daughter’s future, and raising money to cure these blood cancers will help do that.”
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s 8-week Man & Women of the Year Campaign began March 29 and donations are accepted until the finale celebration at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Hall on June 7. For more information on how to contribute to Dawn Delvo’s Women of the Year Campaign please visit http://bit.ly/DawnDelvoAllAccessforLLS, “Like” All Access for LLS onFacebook and follow the campaign on Twitter.