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Dinner of Champions  
 

The MS Dinner of Champions is the premiere gala event of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. To honor many of America's most prestigious corporate leaders and corporations, Howard Cosell and Frank Gifford founded the MS Dinner of Champions in 1972. Today this fundraiser is one of the country's most celebrated and popular testimonial events in over 70 of the nation's largest communities. The Dinner of Champions has honored many of America's foremost corporate leaders, such as Steve Hilton of the Hilton Corporation; Jerry Colangelo, owner of the Phoenix Suns and Diamondbacks; Jerry McMorris, owner of the Colorado Rockies Baseball club, and many, many others.

Actor John Spencer of the "The West Wing," former President Bill Clinton, Macy's CEO Hal Kahn, Barbara Walters
NYC Chapter honors actor John Spencer of the "The West Wing," former President Bill Clinton, Macy's CEO Hal Kahn, with Mistress of Ceremonies Barbara Walters
San Diego Chapter Super Bowl benefit featuring Jay Leno (center) with Board member Erin Connors and Dinner Chair Patrick Connors
San Diego Chapter Super Bowl benefit featuring Jay Leno (center) with Board member Erin Connors and Dinner Chair Patrick Connors

MS Leadership "Class"
How would you like to be involved in a community campaign that honors up-and-coming business stars of tomorrow? The MS Leadership Class may be just for you. Conducted in several cities in the United States, the "Class" campaign recognizes corporate leaders who make outstanding community service and philanthropic contributions to their company and community.

For information about the MS Dinner of Champions or MS Leadership "Class"
contact your chapter.
1-800-344-4867

 
     
  Last updated November 3, 2005