“Rev the Runway” Chairs Libby Weaver, Streeter McClure and Molly Fortune
BY SCOTTIE IVERSON
For the second year at the same venue Neiman Marcus staged an elegant runway show at Mercedes-Benz of Denver to benefit National Jewish Health (NJH). The audience expanded greatly in one short year and there were certainly enough extremely well dressed men and women in the audience to compete with the models. So much so that Neiman Marcus awarded a $1,000 shopping prize to the best dressed male and female. “Denver is hot!” said co-chair Molly Fortune.
There were three chairs of the event – Libby Weaver, Streeter McClure and Molly Fortune. There were also three honorary chairs –Robin Chotin, Bonnie Mandarich and Abby Perlmutter Miller.
Guests enjoyed an extended cocktail hour with cuisine stations from restaurant partners: Ash’Kara & Senor Bear, Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Dos Santos, Narrative at The Jacquard Hotel, Shanahan’s and Uchi. Bonnie Mandarich, one of the honorary chairs, shared a video and heartfelt thanks for thriving after two cancerous lung surgeries (second was just last April) discovered via NJH.
Founded in 1899, National Jewish was a nonprofit hospital never turning anyone away and has a history of free treatment with $44 million worth of covered care. It is ranked as the #1 Respiratory Hospital in the nation.
Honorary Chair Bonnie Mandarich and hubby David Mandarich
Honorary Chair Abby Perlmutter Miller and hubby Johnny Miller with Pete Williams and his fiancée Zoe Perlmutter.
Mercedes-Benz of Denver Manager Matt Marr with the popular G Wagon.
Model wearing exquisite ensemble from Neiman Marcus.
NJH’s Dr. Meghan Garcia and her husband master of ceremoniesDominic Garcia of CBS4
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