CEO Lands XLVIII Super Bowl VIP Experience At Stamford Benefit

Danbury resident Jeff Faul raises his paddle to bid on a XLVIII Super Bowl VIP experience, which includes VIP admission for two to a celebrity dinner party to be held Saturday, Feb. 1, tickets to a pregame extravaganza and tickets to the Feb. 2 Super Bowl game. Faul, president and chief executive officer of Danbury-based Nukem, and his wife, Elsie, landed the XLVIII Super Bowl VIP experience participating in the live auction featured at the 35th Annual MS Dinner of Champions, which took place on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the Hilton Stamford Hotel, in Stamford. Jeff Faul was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a potentially debilitating disease, in 2001. He and his wife are longtime supporters of the National MS Society, Connecticut Chapter. More than 300 people attended the black tie optional event, which raised more than $360,000. Funds raised through National MS Society events ensure ongoing scientific research to help develop better treatments and a cure for multiple sclerosis, a potentially debilitating disease. Funds also provide for the continuation of programs and services offered by the National MS Society, Connecticut Chapter, to the 6,000 residents in the state battling multiple sclerosis. For more information on MS, its effects and the many ways to help make a difference, visit www.ctfightsMS.org.


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