Other Events

Anthony's Runway 84 Restaurant handles all Public Relations and Events.

A Night in Roma

In May 2011, Cheryl created a vision of Mulberry Street inside the Arena at The Don Taft Center located at Nova Southeastern University to benefit The Tony Segreto Athletic Scholarship Fund for the Department of Athletics.  Under her guidance, an indoor Italian Festival was created with the local Italian restaurants lining her version of Mulberry Street.  The aroma of meatballs, pasta, antipasto, pizza, stuffed peppers, and cannoli’s accompanied by donations of high end Italian wine and beer filled the arena with an aura of a true Italian Feast.  She complimented the theme with two musicians playing and singing Italian songs, two lounges on each side of the stage with televisions playing both The Godfather and Goodfellas and a Caricature Artist for the guest to have their picture made.  In addition to everything else, two indoor Bocce Courts surrounded by a park theme were one of the highlights of the evening for attendees.

The NFL Alumni Evening with the Legends

Ocean 2 Ocean Productions was selected by the NFL Alumni to produce their dinner in New York City at the prestigious New York Athletic Club in September 2008. On this night the alumni honored the 40th anniversary of the NY Football Giants and the Greatest Game Ever Played.  Legendary members of the 58 Giants in attendance were Pat Summerall, Sam Huff and Roland Svare.  Also honored that evening receiving the NFL Alumni Honorary Teammate Award was Barry Frank, Executive Vice President – Sports Media for IMG.  Presenting Barry Frank with this prestigious award was Sean McManus, President of CBS News and Sports.

A Night of Promise and Hope Gala

This event was held on May 3rd, 2007 at the Waldorf=Astoria in NYC. Our special guests were three members of the 1969 World Champion New York Mets, Art Shamsky, Cleon Jones, and Ron Swoboda. Congressman Tom Lantos was the keynote speaker and the event,  drawing more than 300 attendees benefiting the Pulmonary Hypertension Center of New York.  Ocean 2 Ocean was contracted to produce this inaugural event for the PHA. Under Cheryl's production, this event raised over $400,000. The creative concept in developing this event was to honor the 1969 Miracle Mets, recreating another miracle in the city of New York for the patients who suffer from PH.

First Annual Glenn Anderson Memorial Golf Tournament

The First Annual Glenn Anderson Memorial Golf Tournament was held at Jacaranda Golf Club in Plantation Florida on April 25, 2005.  Glenn Anderson is the late brother of Cheryl’s close friend, Cindy Anderson.  This was the first Golf Tournament produced by Ocean 2 Ocean and it was a rousing success, raising almost $35,000 for ALS. The winning team, sponsored by Anthony’s Runway 84 Restaurant, who also sponsored the nineteenth hole, was led by Hall of Fame Miami Dolphins Quarterback Dan Marino. After a great day of golf, there was dinner and an auction.  This tournament will continue yearly benefiting the ALS Association.

Circle of Champions

In 2002 Cheryl created the Circle of Champions, a national event benefiting the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The NFL had the confidence in Cheryl’s event planning and production ability to welcome her  into Super Bowl weekend and present her the opportunity to create this event.  The concept was to honor former winning Super Bowl coaches.  In the two years that she produced this event for St. Jude, her honoree’ s were the late Hank Stram , former Head Coach for the Kansas City Chiefs and winner of Super Bowl IV, and the following year, she had the privilege to honor Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame coach, Don Shula, the winningest head coach in the history of the National Football League.  This was a special honor for Cheryl who was on the sidelines with Coach Shula for five years as a Miami Dolphins Cheerleader.

Night of Miracles

Prior to opening her company, Ocean 2 Ocean Productions Inc., Cheryl created a dinner event benefiting the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The event was aptly named “The Night of Miracles”, and was held for eight consecutive years raising over one million dollars for St. Jude.  Cheryl, along with her committee of dedicated volunteers built this event from the ground up, and, owing to Cheryl’s creativity and multiple contacts with both  sports and Hollywood celebrities, the Night of Miracles grew in scope and size each year.  In the fourth year of this event, Cheryl secured former Miami Dolphins Head Coach and current University of Pittsburgh Head Coach Dave Wannstedt and his wife Jan to serve as Honorary Chairpersons. Their involvement help move the event to a higher level, and by 2004 the Night of Miracles had become one of South Florida’s premier occasions. The dinner, which took place on the Dolphin’s practice field, made the Night of Miracles one of the most unique events in the area.