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By Harvey Fialkov | February 1st, 2009

Just wanted to acknowledge the wonderful work of Hollywood's (Fla.) own Cheryl DeLeonardis, who every years puts together an amazing event at Super Bowl sites all for charity.

Cheryl, the president/CEO of Ocean 2 Ocean Productions organized Legends for Charity – The Pat Summerall Award, a gala dinner to benefit St. Jude's, the ground-breaking hospital in Memphis, founded by the late-great Danny Thomas (co-owner of original Dolphins) in which no sick child is turned away because of financial restraints.


Cheryl DeLeonardis honored by Cambridge Who’s Who for Event Production

HOLLYWOOD, FL, October 11, 2008 'Cambridge Who's Who' -- Cheryl DeLeonardis, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ocean 2 Ocean Productions, Inc., has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in all aspects of event management.



July, 10 2008 - Sport Legends Support ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL

Where: Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty Six

When: June 19, 2008

Beneficiary: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Master of Ceremonies: Tony Segreto

Honorary Chairperson(s): Jimmy Cefalo

Gala Production: Cheryl DeLeonardis of Ocean 2 Ocean Productions

Blacktie Photos by: Ginny Fujino, Blacktie-South Florida


Inside Out

JOHN GENZALE | Published February 4, 2008

When Dave Warren and Larry Rowen worked on the ESPN-SportsCapsule youth team highlights project, they had plenty of reason to be antagonistic. “Larry is a direct response guy and I’m a branding guy. Everyone knows the two sides don’t normally get along,” Warren said. “Then when I told him my children’s names — Jake and Annie — he got visibly upset. He thought I was making fun of him.” It turned out that Rowen also had a Jake and an Annie. They both lived in Westchester and, to top it off, both their wives, Dina Warren and Sarah Rowen, are psychotherapists.


Event planner's a championin charity work

January 01, 2007 | By Sarah Talalay Staff Writer

Cheryl DeLeonardis prayed to St. Jude, the patron saint of hopeless causes, and promised if the job promotion came through, she would give something back.


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