Allied Kitchen and Bath has been a member of the Fort Lauderdale Florida community for 30 years.  They continue to support many local causes and this year’s Glamathon to benefit Breast Cancer was spectacular.

Gathered on the steps are members Lynn Sciarrone, Marsha Koch, Take a Seat Co-Chair Beverly Stewart, young guests including Shay Zecca, and President Caroline Rogow.  In the upper row is member Laurie Planamento, Founder and President of KidSanctuary Campus (a beneficiary of the 2015 Take a Seat Live Auction Gala), member Elizabeth Zecca and Florida Sponsor, Jeffrey Rogow.

IFDA Florida members were among a crowd of over 100.  We enjoyed lots of good food, networking with area professionals, community supporters and much fun all while raising money for a most important cause.


Above is member Marsha Koch, Bill Feinberg, President of Florida Sponsor, Allied Kitchen and Bath, and below, also of Allied Kitchen and Bath, is Rob Feinberg.


All the owners and Allied staff celebrated this Breast Cancer fundraiser by wearing pink! This cause seems to touch us all, sometimes in a very personal way.


We were honored to have Connie Frankino, Founder of KidSanctuary Campus join in the fun.  Standing with her  above is President Caroline Rogow and member Marsha Koch.

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There were many fabulous things to bid on in both the silent and live auctions. Above Connie Frankino joins an enthusiastic crowd in the live auction with members Beverly Stewart and Lynn Sciarrone enjoying the excitement.

We had an opportunity to interview Connie about how she came to found KidSanctuary Campus, what touches her the most and what she wants us to know the most.


Look who we met snapping photos, John Stillman, celebrated local photographer.  He will be our official event photographer at our Signature Take a Seat Live Auction Gala on October 10, 2015.  Along side John are members Lynn Sciarrone, Marsha Koch and KidSanctuary Campus Founder and President, Connie Frankino.


Thank you to the Feinberg family and staff for a wonderful time and an opportunity to support such a great cause. We are wondering, will we be seeing your “pink throne” at Take a Seat?