Regal Entertainment President Greg Dunn to Be Honored by MS Foundation
“It has always been a priority at Regal to give back and support the communities in which we live,” says Dunn, who will be feted at the 37th annual Dinner of Champions.
Regal Entertainment President Greg Dunn will be honored at the 37th annual Dinner of Champions, sponsored by and benefiting the National MS Society in Southern California.
The gala, taking place Sept. 12 at the Century Plaza Hotel in L.A., raises funds that support National MS Society.
“It has always been a priority at Regal to give back and support the communities in which we live,” Dunn said in a statement Tuesday. “Since 1995 we have proudly supported the Dinner of Champions in their ongoing efforts to raise funds to combat MS.”
Referring to Dinner of Champions Chair Tom Sherak raising $41 million in the last 18 years, Dunn added: “Through industry veteran Tom Sherak’s efforts, this dinner has evolved into one of our industry’s most significant and meaningful events. I commend the MS Society on their continued efforts to treat and find a cure for MS.”
Sherak, along with Byron Allen and Joe Roth, will once again chair the dinner this year.
Previous honorees include: Sir Howard Stringer, Steven Hilton, Michael Forman, Peter Chernin, Joe Roth, Amy Pascal, Jim Gianopulos, Bill Mechanic, Bob and Harvey Weinstein, Tom Rothman, Michael Lynton, Rob Moore, Oren Aviv, Rob Friedman and most recently, Adam Fogelson.