It was a sell-out crowd at the Howard Theatre for the 4th annual Newsbabes Bash for Breast Cancer. Making the night extra special..an inspiring speech by NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell a breast cancer survivor and the debut of the hi ghly anticipated “Men in Pink.” DJ Flounder did a fab job keeping the energy up in the newly renovated theater.
PHOTOS: 2012 Newsbabes Bash
We also spotted a couple Redskins… Derrick Dockery and Lorenzo Alexander with their beautiful wives. In addition to dozens of newswomen and men notable guests included: MIX 107.3’s Aly Jacobs, FRESH FM’s Tommy McFly and Kelly Collis, EB and Matt Valdez from the Sports Junkies and VA Congressional candidate Mark Gibson.
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This year’s event benefited the GW Mammovan. For more info follow @dcnewsbabes on twitter. Special thanks to our gracious sponsors The Howard Theatre, Bethesda Row, Alton Lane, Onomonomedia, Sweet Signatures and Georgetown Cupcake. Photos by Daniel Swartz .
Women from all stations and networks hosted this year’s bash.
Newsmen in Pink were the ultimate gentlemen in custom pink by Alton Lane
Redskins Derrick Dockery and Lorenzo Alexander
So grateful of my girlfriends who came out to support… Catherine, Sumita and Kelly! My dress is by local designer Gennet Purcell of Maven. It’s called “Verse” and can be worn a billion different ways!
Getting the scoop.. of Dolci Gelati! Peter Doocy, Luke Russert, Mike Hydeck and Ed Henry.
Media gal pals.. Juliana Jeans and Aly Jacobs of Mix 107.3
NBC4’s Brian Callahan and CCTV’s Elaine Reyes
Teri Galvez and Debbie Sigmund showed support
Bright for the fight
NBC4’s Jason Gittlen and Lauren Dunn
Survivor Stef Woods in great spirits
Fashion show producer Maggy Francois and Ike Nwaneri of Keadworks/Kojami
With BrandlinkDC’s Jayne Sandman, Barbara Martin and Alton Lane’s CEO Colin Hunter
Aba Kwawu, Lynda Erkiletian, Tommy McFly and Michelle Dellino
Kelly Olson with Microsoft’s Mark Drapeau
Sweet Signatures’ breast cancer inspired treats
Dr. Rachel Brem talks about the Mammovan’s impact
NBC4’S Dave Carter in action