Orlando, Florida, (January 26, 2016) – Edgefactory, a premier media production house and brand consulting firm based in Orlando, Florida, and the American Cancer Society, the nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem, partner for a night of show-stopping entertainment and fundraising.

On Saturday, April 16, 2016 at Rosen Shingle Creek, edgefactory joins with the American Cancer Society and the “The Cattle Barons’ Ball 2016: Wild Wild West Legends of the Silver Screen,” the organization’s largest one-night fundraiser.  More than a thousand of Central Florida’s elite will be in attendance for this exciting and worthwhile annual event. The goal is to raise over $500,000 to fund local and national programs supporting cancer patients, life-saving research and education in prevention and early detection.

The evening will feature gourmet fare provided by Orlando’s finest chefs, restaurants and resorts, tasty libations, live and silent auctions and country western entertainment. This Hollywood western themed spectacle promises to be the hottest ticket in town. New this year is the Legends Lounge After Party.  Edgefactory, along with many other valued sponsors and organizations, are sure to raise the bar in order to create a legendary and special occasion for all attendants to support this worthy cause.
“Nearly everyone is touched by cancer – you, a loved one, friend or co-worker,” said Dyan Goodman, Development Manager for the American Cancer Society. “Kick up your heals with us and help give cancer the boot!”.  “Edgefactory is honored to join with the American Cancer Society of Orlando as its creative multimedia partner, helping bring an exciting brand experience to life through dynamic media content, and multi-media branding,” said Brian Cole, President and CEO of edgefactory.

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