Game changer: ‘Reid& Fiorentino Call Of The Game Dinner’
The annual “Reid & Fiorentino Call Of The Game Dinner Presented by Publix” will take place March 9 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino from 7 to 11 p.m.
Hollywood actress Gabrielle Union will be the evening’s entertainment as the master of ceremonies, and distinguished individuals will be honored for their work toward making a difference in the community.
Miami Heat president Pat Riley is also expected to take to the stage for a special presentation, and the night’s entertainment will include a special guest performance by SONY Music Latin America recording artist Pedro Capó.
With an attendance of sports personalities, business leaders and philanthropists, the dinner will include a silent and live auction featuring sports memorabilia, luxury vacation packages and other items that attendees will have a chance to bid on throughout the evening.
This year’s online auction has been launched at www. reidandfiorentinoevents.com. Donations to the live or silent auctions can be made through completion of the Auction Donation Form also found on the website.
The evening will feature a variety of awards being presented for excellence and leadership in the community. Current Miami Heat assistant coach Ron Rothstein will be presented with the Don Shula Sports Legend Award. Miami Marlins broadcaster Dave Van Horne will receive the Sonny Hirsch Excellence in Sports Broadcasting Award. Former Miami Dolphins linebacker Twan Russell will be presented with the Community Service Award. The Jim Mandich Courage and Commitment Award will be presented to CNN Correspondent Sara Ganim.
The fundraiser will benefit two local charities: Lauren’s Kids Foundation and Dade Schools Athletic Foundation.
A table of 10 (gold table with a celebrity) is $5,000; silver dinner table is $2,500; and individual tickets are $250.
For information, visit www. reidandfiorentinoevents.com.
Alonzo Mourning, left, and Lauren Book
Joe Rose, left, and Eric Reid
Tony Fiorentino, left, Alan Goodman and Charlie Fernandez
Nick Buoniconti, left, Bob Griese andMark Buoniconti