Pilot Bank President, Rita Lowman Chairs Cattle Baron’s Ball in Support of the American Cancer Society
Each year, the Cattle Baron’s Ball brings together members of the community for an evening of western-themed fun in support of the American Cancer Society. This year’s event, held at Armature Works, did not disappoint with 475 individuals in attendance.
This year’s chair, Pilot Bank President, Rita Lowman was very pleased with the event, and gives a huge thanks to guests who not only purchased items, but also raised their paddle to donate to the worthy cause. Everyone is touched by cancer either personally or through friends, and the research and work of the American Cancer Society is critical to the Tampa Bay community and beyond.
The evening consisted of many exciting auction items and events, including a $5,000 shopping spree at Gold and Diamond Source that was a big hit with the women. Two Tampa Bay Buccaneer suites were donated, one by the team and one by Jimmie Giles and his family. Other hits of the night included a New York Yankees trip, chef prepared and celebrity dinners and silent auction items. Of course, the evening was not complete without a ride on the mechanical bull!
“Our thanks to all of the volunteers and ACS staff who worked countless hours to make this a success. We were all touched as our two survivors shared their stories and how it has changed their lives. We are a giving community and the evening proved that once again” said Lowman.
Pilot Bank is proud of their partnership with the American Cancer Society, and looks forward to contributing to their great cause in the future.
For more information on Pilot Bank and their community partnerships, visit their website here.
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