You have permission to edit this article.

Third Annual Pink Promenade Catwalk + Cocktails set for Oct. 16

Pink Promenade

Pink Promenade is held annually during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Mount Pleasant Towne Centre and Roper St. Francis Healthcare announced that tickets are on sale for the Third Annual Pink Promenade Catwalk + Cocktails Fundraiser which will be held on Oct. 16 at the Mount Pleasant Towne Centre.

In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the community is invited to enjoy a morning of champagne cocktails, brunch bites and a front row seat to a special runway fashion show featuring cancer survivor models. All proceeds will be donated to the Roper St. Francis Foundation Breast Cancer Program.

“The Pink Promenade Fundraiser event is more than just a fashion show,” said Kathleen Hermann, marketing director at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre. “It’s an opportunity for the community to come together and honor breast cancer survivors while also empowering others that have been directly or indirectly affected by the disease. We always look for opportunities to give back to the community in any way that we can and are honored to host the show for the third year in a row.”

The morning kicks off at 11 a.m. with ticket holders receiving two champagne cocktails and brunch small plates from Burtons Grill. Guests can take their refreshments and secure a seat for a special runway show featuring cancer survivors modeling this season’s fashions from participating Mount Pleasant Towne Centre stores. Andrea Serrano, Stylist & Image Consultant, will emcee the event.

Additionally, there will be a special live performance by Nathan & Eva, a folk-pop duo. Pink Passports will be available upon arrival, complete with special offers from participating Towne Centre stores.

Guests can pose for Instagram-worthy photo ops in front of The Pink Figgy, a rare 30-year-old pink Nissan Figaro. DJ Tantrum will be onsite providing music all morning long, accompanied by emcees Brooke & Tanya of MIX 95.9’s Two Girls and a Guy Morning Show.

“This beautiful, outdoor event recognizes and celebrates breast cancer survivors hoping to inspire those recently diagnosed. The funds raised by the Pink Promenade event benefit the Roper St. Francis Foundation, allowing the Donna Fielding Cancer Wellness Institute to continue to provide cancer screenings, transportation to doctor’s appointments and even wigs or bras for patients undergoing treatment.” said Wynde Limehouse, director of oncology services at Roper St. Francis Healthcare.

Tickets are $25 and all proceeds will be donated to the Roper St. Francis Foundation Breast Cancer Program. Social distancing and face masks are recommended.

For more information on the event and to purchase tickets, visit https://pink-promenade-catwalk-cocktails-tickets. To find out more about Mount Pleasant Towne Centre, visit and engage with the Towne Centre on Instagram and Facebook.

To learn more about the Roper St. Francis Breast Cancer Program, visit the Roper St. Francis Foundation at or call (843) 720-1205.

Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device.


Breaking News

Columbia Breaking News

Greenville Breaking News

Myrtle Beach Breaking News

Aiken Breaking News

N Augusta Breaking News