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Order Sons of Italy hosts Aaron Caruso event to benefit Special Olympics

Source: Aaron Caruso's website Source: Aaron Caruso's website

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The Order Sons of Italy in America Grand Strand Lodge 2868 and the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center will be hosting “An Evening with Aaron Caruso” on September 19th to benefit the Special Olympics.

Aaron Caruso studied voice in Italy and New York and toured with Joan Rivers as her opening act across the United States. He has been featured on the red carpet for NBC’s Columbus Day Parade and had a sold-out, solo concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City, according to Aaron Caruso’s website.

In addition to Caruso’s performance, there will be a reception style dinner with Italian cuisine, dancing and socializing at the event. It will be from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m. at the Grand Ballroom at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center located at 101 Fantasy Harbour Blvd. in Myrtle Beach.

Corporate Sponsorships and donations are being offered to help support this event: Bronze $100, Silver $200 and Gold $300. This sponsorship will give you advertisement in the local community and a two-year-free ad in their local newsletter, said Thomas Navarria, president of Order Sons of Italy in America Grand Strand Lodge 2868.

The Order Sons of Italy in America is a non-profit fraternal national organization committed to organizing movements for humanitarian and patriotic purposes.

To reserve tickets, call (843)-655-1636. Tickets are $45 per person.

For hotel reservations, call (843)-236-1000 and use special code “OSLA.”

If you are interested in a sponsorship or donating, please notify Paul Juliano at (843)-655-1636 or Frank Lemise at (843)-294-1577.

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