Saturday January 17 2015, 6-9 pm
Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Napoleon Room, #2 Poydras St., New Orleans
Louisiana American Italian Sports Hall of Fame Induction Banquet honors & celebrates national and local Italian Americans in the sports, entertainment, medical, and civic fields. Proceeds benefit the American Italian Cultural Center and scholarships for college-bound high school seniors excelling in academics and athletics.
Cocktails and Silent Auction at 6:00PM
Dinner and Induction Ceremony at 7:00PM
2015 Hall of Fame Inductees
- National Honoree: Ed Marinaro
- Local Inductees: Tony Papa & Anthony Scelfo
- Buddy "D" Media Award: Gary Rispone
- Louisiana Woman of the Year: Bette Caldwell
- American Veteran: Colonel Ignatius P. Liberto
- Louis Prima Arts & Entertainment Award: Robert Davi
- Dr. John Adriani Medical Award: Dr. Vincent Liberto
- Civil Award: Hillar Moore, D.A.
Special performance by Deana Martin and Robert Davi plus an appearance by Vince Ferragamo!
Reserved Gold Row seating: $225 per person; Regular Seating: $175 per person. Reserved tables can seat 8 or 10 persons. To purchase tickets, please contact AICC at (504) 522-7294 or Tara Wadkins at (504) 427-9795 or tara@americanitalianculturalcenter.
If you or your company is interested in donating a silent auction item, or other sponsorship opportunities, please contact Tara.Wadkins at (504) 427-9795 or tara@americanitalianculturalcenter.
A number of rooms are available at the Hilton, at the rate of $159 per night + tax. Reservation deadline is Friday, December 22, 2013. Call (504) 584-3959 and ask for Group Code ISH, or Italian Sports Hall of Fame. If you have problems or block is full, contact Tara Wadkins at (504) 427-9795.
Source: American Italian Cultural Center
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