Nine Bozeman “Celebrities” Serve it up for Family Promise of Gallatin Valley
Bozeman, MT — April 2, 2012 —
On Monday, April 2nd nine of Bozeman’s best local celebrities will be serving up delicious John Bozeman’s Bistro fare for lucky guests to support Family Promise of Gallatin Valley. Family Promise is a Bozeman nonprofit that serves local homeless families with children.
John Bozeman’s Bistro has generously partnered with Family Promise to create a delectable Italian feast for only $20. After the “Celebrity Servers” have entertained their tables, guests will have the opportunity to choose their favorite server and tip them generously. All tips will then be donated to support Family Promise’s mission to end homelessness, one family at a time.
John Bozeman’s Bistro owners Ty and Carla Hill are excited for this unique event. “The Bistro is honored to be in partnership with Family Promise, an organization dedicated to helping homeless families. This event will bring a greater awareness to the community and provide an opportunity for each of us to support them in their efforts. We are looking forward to an exciting evening of good food, good celebrity service and good will to benefit Family Promise,” stated owner Carla Hill.
The following local celebrities will be showing off their serving talents: Loren Acton-astronaut and physicist; Denise Andres-top 10 ERA realtor in the US; Brian Gootkin-Gallatin County Sheriff; Rachel Hergett-Bozeman Daily Chronicle editor/reporter; John Ludin-famous Disney writer and operator of the Ellen Theater; DJ Missy O’Malley-local radio host; Patrice Parks-KTVM news anchor; Ron Price-Chief of Police and Debbi Royer-loan officer and Family Promise Board President.
Local celebrity server DJ Missy O’Malley said, “Family Promise is constantly giving back to our community. They spread joy, awareness and hope. I love helping them any way possible, so why not put all my years of restaurant experience to the test?! I hope to see you at the Bistro, at your service!”
Sheriff Brian Gootkin is eager for the friendly competition that will take place at the event. He said, “As Gallatin County Sheriff, our most important responsibility is working with citizens to help make our communities as safe as possible. That begins with ensuring that families and kids that need help can get it. I am honored to be asked to help out and have only one goal, to get more tips than Chief Price.”
Seats are limited and reservations will go quickly. If you are interested in supporting Family Promise for this event please call John Bozeman’s Bistro to reserve your spot at 406.587.4100.
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