Philadelphia

28TH ANNUAL MULDOON’S SALOON TO BENEFIT PROJECT H.O.M.E.

For the 28th year, Tom Muldoon, president, Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau (PCVB) and David Marshall, chairman, Amerimar Realty Company, will hosted Muldoon’s Saloon to benefit Project H.O.M.E. The event, which was held last Friday March 20, drew local celebrities and hundreds of members of the hospitality community together to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, feature Irish dancers and Irish food, and raise money for a great cause. The event featured celebrity bartenders, including NBC10’s Terry Ruggles, Mayor Michael Nutter and Sister Mary Scullion of Project H.O.M.E., and brought hundreds of members from the hospitality community together to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The event benefited Project H.O.M.E., providing shelter, medical support, education and employment for the homeless.Guest Bartenders:
Tom Foley, American Red Cross
John B. Kelly, III, PNC Capital Markets
Father McNamee, St. Malachy Roman Catholic Church
Patrick Muldoon, Freeman Decorating Co.
Jim Murphy, Villanova University
Buck Riley, Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco
Sister Mary Scullion, Project H.O.M.E.
David Benton, Rittenhouse Hotel
Terry Ruggles, Channel 10 – Celebrity host
Mayor Michael Nutter has been invited
Tom Muldoon and David Iam’s who tickles the ivory, gets into the spirit
What’s that line in Sweet Home Alabama that Reese Witherspoon says “Look at you, you have a baby… In a bar.”
Barbara O’Neill, Carolyn Cura, Anna Marie Aufisiry, guest, Political columnist/Producer Mary Patel and Society writer David Iams.
David Marshall, Mayor Nutter and Buck Rogers (not that Buck Rogers)
Money raised from the event goes to programs that provide shelter, medical support, education and employment for the homeless. Since its inception, Muldoon’s Saloon has raised thousands of dollars for Project H.O.M.E.
Bruce Shannon, Tantiana & Ed Vasconcellos, Michelle Shannon, Bonnie Grant and Mark Beyerle
PhillyChitChat fan Crystal Hayes, Maritza Jimenex, Denise Paul and Kerri Sitrin