WDHOF Fund Raiser

Start the DEMA Show right! ... come out and party at the hottest place to be...

Women Divers Hall of Fame™ - Tropical Dreams and Paradise Sunsets.  Wednesday, November 14, 2012 • 7:30-10:30 pm • Harrah’s Las Vegas

Come bid on extraordinary DREAM trips to exotic locations far and near ... All for a worthy cause  of supporting the WDHOF Scholarship Fund!

The Members of the Women Divers Hall of Fame are having a party at DEMA 2012 in Las Vegas! The "Tropical Dreams and Paradise Sunsets" shindig is on Wednesday, November 14th from 7:30 to 10:30 PM.  You KNOW it's going to be an incredible night! - we've got the right stuff! Fabulous food, drink and a steel pan player drumming up a "Caribbean Beat" compliments of the Antigua Tourism New York Office.  World renowned marine artist Wyland is our host and emcee.  He's going to be auctioning off fabulous dive & resort packages worth thousands of dollars.  There will also be amazing items of artwork, jewelry, memorabilia, diving gear and other treasures in our silent auction.  Check out the list ahead of time at: http://www.wdhof.org/events.shtml  Dress is casual "Island"garb for our party.

This year we're letting everyone in the door for a mere $20 per person because we want everyone to join our DEMA launch party.  The event brings together diverse and key members of the diving industry in a merry, upbeat setting, and it's a major fundraiser for WDHOF causes, especially our Scholarships and Training Grants. 

With Wyland as host, the evening is going to be one of the most exciting and entertaining places to be during the Diving Equipment and Marketing Association (DEMA) expo in Las Vegas.  We'll see you on November 14th! Advanced ticket purchase can be made online via the WDHOF web site at www.wdhof.org  For more information, please contact Bonnie Toth, WDHOF President at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or visit our website at http://www.wdhof.org/index2.shtml

Wyland - Emcee & Live Auctioneer

For more than 30 years, marine life artist Wyland has been a leading advocate for marine resource conservation.  An accomplished painter, sculptor, photographer, and diver, he is best know for his historic international "Whaling Wall" project, a series of 100 monumental marine life murals seen by more than one billlion people a year in 14 countries around the world.  Moreover, he is actively engaged hrough his non-profit Wyland Foundation in teaching millions of students around the world about protecting our ocean, rivers, lakes, streams, and wetlands.  For more information, visit www.wyland.com


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