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LDSS annual Night of Champions, hiring expo set for May 3
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Special to the Herald

SAVANNAH -- The Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society announces its 15th annual Night of Champions and Hiring Expo for May 3, from 6-11 p.m. at the Savannah Convention Center on Hutchinson Island. Cocktail hour begins at 6 p.m., dinner and ceremony will follow.

The Night of Champions event recognizes area businesses that employ differently abled adults, including those with Down syndrome, and celebrates the contributions made by these employees.

Companies with job openings for adults with different abilities will be available at the Hiring Expo.

“The Night of Champions isn’t just about recognizing employers; it also offers them a stage to highlight the invaluable contributions made by individuals with diverse abilities in the workforce,” commented LDSS President Joe Marchese. “It’s a chance to get to know people with various abilities and, ultimately, cultivate a deep appreciation for their talents.”

The LDSS emphasizes that this event goes beyond an awards ceremony, it’s also a hiring opportunity, celebrating the boundless potential within each individual.

Night of Champions showcases the transformative outcomes of embracing differently abled individuals in the workforce. In addition to hearing success stories from recognized businesses, attendees gain firsthand insight into the benefits of inclusive hiring and have the opportunity to network with potential employees.

To purchase tickets and/or tables for this event, or to become a Night of Champions sponsor, visit: