A ‘hi-Larry-ous’ Night for Charity: Annual Fitz’s Supper Club to be Aug. 29

FItz Supper Club

Larry Fitzgerald might be one of the greatest in the game of football but off the field he lands a punchline every now and then.

Dominick’s Steakhouse hosts the Eighth Annual Fitz’s Supper Club, Celebrities at YOUR Service with performances sure to keep guests laughing all night long.

Monday, Aug. 29, guests are invited to a night of comedy and charity while enjoying a four-course dinner served by Larry’s Arizona Cardinals teammates and other celebrity friends.

Fitz’s Supper Club was dubbed one of the Valley’s hottest social, philanthropic and entertainment events, and this year it brings laughter onto the scene.

Whether it’s slapstick, standup, improv, or sketch comedy guests will enjoy the hilarity while being waited on by some very familiar and famous faces.

Last year’s Celebrities at YOUR Service event sold out within weeks and raised more than half a million dollars to support various worthy organizations through the Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund, according to a press release.

“We are excited to be helping Larry on his event for another year. This is one of our favorite events here at Dominick’s Steakhouse and we are honored to assist in making sure as much of the funds as possible go to those in need,” stated Jeffrey Mastro, co-owner of Dominick’s Steakhouse, in the release.

Since 2005, The Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund has been supporting kids and their families with significant gifts of time, money and special resources through numerous associations across our country, funds raised this year will allow us to continue this tradition.

For more information on the event, contact Natasha Borota of the It Factor Ltd., Natasha@itfactor.biz or 416-516-9898 x100.

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