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PR Signed Caroline Wozniacki Tennis Racket Auction through Oct 31 to Benefit Haiti
From now until October 31, 2010 bids for a tennis racquet signed by tennis' Caroline Wozniacki will be accepted at The St Giles New York – The Court. Guests and the public are invited to submit bids at the hotel's front desk where racquet is on display. Proceeds from the highest bid will benefit actor J/P HRO founded by actor Sean Penn.
WHERE: St Giles New York - The Court
130 East 39th Street New York, New York 10016
DATE: From September 2010 through October 31, 2010.
ABOUT J/P HRO Our mission at J/P HRO is simple: to save lives and bring relief to the Haitian people quickly and effectively.
Founded by actor and humanitarian Sean Penn, J/P HRO began its work just hours after the earthquake hit. Less than a week after the disaster, J/P HRO was on the ground in Haiti, bringing much needed medical supplies and a team of doctors. Our team immediately went to work, treating patients, delivering medical supplies and equipment, and providing food to numerous camps and orphanages.
In the months since the earthquake, we have built a strong network of doctors and emergency management volunteers who have made tremendous progress on the ground. This team includes many Haitian employees, including translators, security, drivers, doctors, and nurses.
Currently, J/P HRO is focused on managing Petionville Camp, home to more than 55,000 people. Our efforts include providing medical care, security, education and rubble removal and reconstruction so people can move back into their communities.
For more information or to make a donation, please visit the website at www.jphro.org.
ABOUT THE COURT: The central location of the St Giles New York – The Court, situated in the heart of Manhattan's Murray Hill district, offers easy access to the Midtown tunnel and the U.S. Open Tennis Center where matcher are played. Additionally, the 199-room The Court shares on of New York City's most fashionable zip codes only steps away from Park Avenue. Steeped in history and grandeur, this particular area of Murray Hill boasts having been home to an elite list of American Icons including The Murray family, J.P. Morgan, The Astors, The Lunts, Theodore and Eleanor Roosevelt. Murray Hill maintains its desirable status to this day, recently dubbed 'the best place to live in New York' by New York Magazine. Offering an intimate aesthetic yet featuring some of New York City's largest guestrooms with standard rooms averaging 425 square feet, The Court is considered to be a tremendous value. Accommodations feature oversize closets, decadent baths outfitted with imported marble and high-end fixtures, ample closets, and state-of-the-art technology and luxury Treatment amenities.
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: Caroline held the number 1 seed going into the 2010 U.S. Open. Caroline officially turned pro in 2006 and has since won six Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Singles Titles including the Japan Open, New Haven and Stockholm in 2008 and in 2009 she has won the Ponte Vedra Beach, Eastbourne and New Haven titles. At the 2009 US Open, Caroline made her debut Grand Slam singles appearance in the quarterfinals, semifinals and final before falling to former Sony Ericsson WTA World #1 Kim Clijsters.
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