Curzon Marketing Sponsors
'In the Stars' Charity Ball

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Woodbridge firm, Curzon Marketing, has confirmed that it is proudly sponsoring the forthcoming 'In the Stars' Charity Ball, to be held on Saturday 26th October 2019 at The Hanger, Kesgrave Hall, Milsoms.

The 'In the Stars' Charity Ball is being organised by Suffolk residents, Daniel and Danielle Tucker, to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital, in memory of their late daughter Eva who passed away there at six and a half months old, after battling an incurable and exceptionally rare kidney condition. Read more about Eva's story at www.inthestarsball.co.uk/evas-story-1

“We started the Eva Tucker Brighter Future Fund, to participate in regular fundraisers and plan events such as the 'In the Stars' Charity Ball and to give something back to the people who gave us the most important thing in the world, time with our beautiful daughter,” explains Danielle.

When Danielle approached Curzon Marketing to sponsor the event, director Steve Curzon was happy to get involved. “We are delighted to be supporting such a fantastic event in aid of such a good cause,” says Steve Curzon, Director of Curzon Marketing. “The evening promises to be great fun and will hopefully raise lots of money for the amazing Great Ormond Street Hospital. We wish Daniel and Danielle every success on the night.”

Curzon Marketing works with a range of businesses across Suffolk such as Gressingham Duck, Munchy Seeds, The Garden Trellis Company and Sutton Hoo Chicken, among others. Launched in 2008, Curzon Marketing offers a dynamic recipe for brand and marketing strategy, working closely with its clients to help develop their business through branding, design, marketing and content creation.

Danielle is now looking for local companies to make donations to the raffle and auction. Donations can be made through the website www.inthestarsball.co.uk/become-a-sponsor or email info@inthestarsball.co.uk

For more information on Curzon Marketing visit www.curzon-marketing.co.uk

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