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NHF Game Night 2006
National Hemophilia Foundation presents Game Night 2006 at ESPNZone, Times Square, New York City, April 4, 2006. All proceeds benefit the National Hemophilia Foundation for Bleeding and Clotting disorders

Thank you for making Game Night such a success!

On Tuesday, April 4, nearly 350 people packed ESPN Zone in Times Square to participate in casino games, take part in a silent auction of sports memorabilia and to meet New York Yankees legend Jim Leyritz – all in support of the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF). It was fun that made all the difference, helping to support education, advocacy and research programs and initiatives for people with bleeding and clotting disorders.

NHF’s Chief Executive Officer Dr. Alan Kinniburgh kicked off the evening. Event Co-Chair Shari Bender shared her experience as a mother of a nine-year-old girl with hemophilia. Fellow Co-Chairs, Perry and Corey Parker, brothers who are both professional athletes and have hemophilia, spoke about the importance of exercise for people with bleeding disorders.

NHF is grateful to all of you and to our sponsors who made the event possible. Special thanks go to our World Champion Sponsors Bana Electric Corp. and Bayer HealthCare.

If you weren’t able to attend Game Night, you can still make a contribution to support our work. Thank you so much!

World Champion Sponsors

Bana Electric Logo
Bayer Healthcare

League Sponsors

Avon Electrical Supplies
Stanley & Sandi Churgin of Medical Financial Enterprises Corporation
Glenn D. Arvan, MDPC