Reid & Fiorentino Call of the Game Dinner

Star-Studded Event Benefits Lauren’s Kids and Dade Schools Athletic Foundation


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Ron Book; Matthew Sandusky; Tony Fiorentino; Nikki Sapp and Erik Spoelstra;  Lauren Book and Blair Byrnes; Troy Vincent Ron Book; Matthew Sandusky; Tony Fiorentino; Nikki Sapp and Erik Spoelstra; Lauren Book and Blair Byrnes; Troy Vincent

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The Acordis Call Of The Game Dinner brought together some of the region’s biggest names in sports and entertainment for the Reid & Fiorentino annual benefit dinner supporting two of the most recognized Florida-based non-profit organizations – Lauren’s Kids and Dade Schools Athletic Foundation. Hosted by longtime Fox Sports Sun HEAT TV broadcasters, Eric Reid and Tony Fiorentino, the Call Of The Game Dinner honored leading sports icons and philanthropic heroes for their achievements both on and off the playing field.

More than 800 guests attended the sold-out affair at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, emceed by Johanna Gomez. Following the cocktail reception, guests entered the seating area of Hard Rock Live which had been transformed into a beautifully decorated ballroom with plush dark draping and Britto art adorning the room. At the center of each table was an electric guitar centerpiece painted by famed artist Romero Britto – which guests could purchase as the ultimate keepsake.

Miami HEAT President and NBA Hall of Famer, Pat Riley was presented with the evening’s most prestigious accolade, the Don Shula Sports Legend Award for his remarkable accomplishments on and off the court. The legendary coach himself Don Shula presented Riley with the award, alongside Reid, Fiorentino, and Ron and Lauren Book of Lauren’s Kids.

For more info, visit www.reidandfiorentinoevents.com.




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