Saturday, 3 March 2012

BOVET Hollywood Domino

On February 23rd 2012, the fifth annual Hollywood Domino gala presented by BOVET 1822 was held in the legendary Sunset Tower Hotel, Los Angeles.

The 300 guests present, mostly from the movie world, took part in a game of “Hollywood Domino” benefiting “Artists for Peace and Justice”, an organization founded by Paul Haggis and which funds and coordinates a broad-ranging program of education, health and dignity, which is currently focusing on the children of Haiti.
Film and television celebrities as well as music stars, including Paul Haggis, Edward Norton, Ben Stiller, Amaury Nolasco, Dave Annable, Ali Larter, along with singer LeAnn Rimes, lit up the evening as they vied with each other to win the round.
In the end, it was actor Jon Hamm (Mad Men) who proved himself equally talented at a game table as on a film set, winning both the round and the Cambiano Chronograph donated by BOVET 1822.

Despite the playful nature of the evening, each guest had in mind the cause supported by the fundraising event. Pascal Raffy and BOVET 1822, whose philanthropic endeavors have always been directed towards helping children, were welcomed and saluted for their generosity as well as for the legitimacy of their participation in such an operation.

So it’s a date for the 6th Hollywood Domino Gala Benefit in 2013!


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