Two leading Miami-based organizations – one which entertains and energizes consumers on land, the other which entertains and offers restorative premium vacations at sea – have united in the fight against breast cancer. Top-rated premium cruise line Celebrity Cruises has teamed with the Miami Dolphins to raise awareness of the importance of finding a cure for the devastating disease.
The two organizations – each recognized for their ongoing efforts for and devotion to the cause – will identify through the UM Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center 25 breast cancer survivors in South Florida and honor them with some of the best experiences both Celebrity Cruises and the Dolphins have to offer.
This Sunday, these women will be honored by Celebrity Cruises and the Miami Dolphins in a special pre-game ceremony at the Dolphins’ home game, walking the orange carpet at Sun Life Stadium and being individually introduced to the tens of thousands of “Finatics” in attendance. At game time, they will be hosted by Celebrity Cruises and Miami Dolphins executives at an exclusive reception in the stadium’s Ford Sideline Club & Lounge to cheer on the Dolphins as they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Then, when Celebrity’s newest Solstice Class ship – Celebrity Eclipse – debuts in Miami in November, the 25 honorees will be treated to a complimentary, celebratory cruise experience hosted by Celebrity’s President & CEO Dan Hanrahan and the ship’s Godmother, highly accomplished ocean-racing yachtswoman and author Emma Pontin, herself a survivor of the disease and outspoken advocate for the cause.
“All of us at Celebrity Cruises are honored to have the opportunity to host these incredible women who have endured so much, and have emerged victorious. These 25 represent all of the women who are winning this difficult battle daily, and we salute their bravery,” said Celebrity’s President and CEO Dan Hanrahan. “We also are honored and thrilled to partner with the Miami Dolphins in extending both of our organizations’ continuing commitment to raise awareness of the great importance of finding a cure for this disease.”
“We salute Celebrity Cruises for their generosity toward these valiant women who are an inspiration to all of us,” said Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee. “We look forward to celebrating their triumph against this insidious disease by rolling out the orange carpet for them at our next home game.”