Bow Wow Luau
Saturday, August 25, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)
New Orleans, LA
BOW WOW LUAU: Singles Charity Auction & Hawaiian Cocktail Party
WWL - TV's Eric Paulsen, Master of Ceremonies
The Humane Society of Louisiana and modern-day matchmaker Mary West are hosting the charity's second annual singles auction, and you're invited!
Singles: come mix and mingle with animal-friendly gals and guys in our tropical paradise. Bid on a dream date at our bachelor and bachelorette auctions! 24 of the city's most eligible singles - 12 men and 12 women - will be going on the auction block for a great cause.
Couples: you're welcome, too! Join us for a hot date with Honolulu flare!
Admission includes the first cocktail, appetizers, music, raffles and admission to the afterparty, which will continue at Eiffel Society.
Dress code: Casually cool with tropical flare. Bring out the Hawaiian shirts, flower garlands, surfer gear and grass skirts!! Wow the crowd with a cool 50s tiki lounge look. Strut your seventies stuff in Hawaii Five-0 gear. Use your imagination - just look to the islands for inspiration.
Proceeds will benefit the Humane Society of Louisiana's cruelty investigation and prevention programs.
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Humane Society of Louisiana
The Humane Society of Louisiana protects and defends animals from cruelty, neglect, exploitation and mistreatment. Through our cruelty investigatiion, crime prevention, education and animal care programs, we promote nonviolence and compassion for all animals statewide.
Founded in New Orleans in 1988, the Humane Society of Louisiana leads the fight against cruelty to animals statewide. Our direct care programs have touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of animals. We are a grassroots animal protection charity with a small staff and hundreds of dedicated volunteers. We are not an affiliate of any larger group; we receive no tax funding, and we rely on private donations for support. Our campaign headquarters are located in New Orleans, and we have purchased property in Mt. Hermon in Washington parish, where we will operate the state's largest no-kill animal sanctuary.