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Ladies Night Out at Borgata Scottsdale

It’s time for another ladies night gals! But this time it’s a night out to help those who have been a victim of domestic violence. The Borgata of Scottsdale, along with local non-profit Chrysalis, invite women and friends to Ladies Night Out on Saturday Oct. 23 from 5-7 p.m. in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

This fun, elegant evening will be held in the center courtyard and includes:

  • cocktails & appetizers
  • Dolce Salon & Spa boutique and beauty stations
  • a specialty fragrance station by The Perfume Shoppe
  • informal modeling
  • a DJ
  • Dolce Salon & Spa gift bag with purchase
  • shopping with great girlfriends

Ladies Night Out is a ticketed event with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Chrysalis. Each $30 ticket includes two drinks with a choice of a signature cocktail, red or white wine.

Appetizers will be provided by Blanco Tacos + Tequila, J. Alexander’s, ‘Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana, SLo Foods Organic Café and Blue Wasabi Sushi & Martini Bar.

To purchase tickets, visit Westcor.com and select The Borgata of Scottsdale as the center of choice and click on “Events” for ticket information.

Ladies who spend $100 or more at any Borgata restaurant or retailer will receive a Dolce Salon & Spa gift bag ($75 value)! To redeem, present same-day receipts with purchases made between 5 – 7 p.m. to the event registration table.

Terms & Conditions: Limit one gift bag, per household. While supplies last. Offer not valid on gift card purchases or layaway payments. See terms and conditions at event registration. Void where prohibited. Terms and conditions apply to Dolce Salon & Spa gift bag items.

The Borgata of Scottsdale, Center Courtyard
6166 N. Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85253

More on Chrysalis: Chrysalis is Arizona’s leading broad-based domestic violence agency dedicated to stopping terror in the home and ending the cycle of domestic violence. Chrysalis operates emergency shelter and transitional housing; offers outpatient counseling; victim advocacy and lay legal advocacy; and operates an Offender Treatment program. For more information, visit www.noabuse.org.

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