T.J. Martell Foundation Raises Over $1.8 Million To Date
May 6, 2013 at 7:18 AM (PT)
On MONDAY, APRIL 29th, the T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION held its annual NASHVILLE BEST CELLARS DINNER, benefitting cancer research for the FRANCES WILLIAMS PRESTON LABS at the VANDERBILT-INGRAM CANCER CENTER. The inaugural dinner was created by NASHVILLE’s BILLY RAY HEARN in 1999. Since then, the BEST CELLARS DINNER has raised over $1.8 million to support the FOUNDATION's mission of funding research.
Guests enjoyed wines, along with pairings, from the cellar of TOM BLACK, the OFFICIAL TOM BLACK AFTER PARTY and music by ATLANTIC RECORDS artist BRETT ELDREDGE and WARNER BROS. RECORDS artist CHARLIE WORSHAM. They also enjoyed a gourmet, four-course dinner created by WATERMARK Executive Chef BOB WAGGONER and McCRADY’S, HUSK of CHARLESTON and HUSK of NASHVILLE Executive Chef SEAN BROCK.
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