Fashion Show LuncheonCANTON, OHIO (July 1, 2010) – Guests at this year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival Fashion Show Luncheon on Friday, Aug. 6, will enjoy a true fashion celebration. A palate of ivory, teal and chocolate brown will greet guests as they arrive to enjoy a delectable lunch prior to the start of the fabulous show. The show, themed “Fashion Celebration,” will include state-of-the-art sound, lighting and video to showcase male and female professional models wearing the season’s hottest fashions. Fashions will run the gamut from casual to dressy and everything in between, from plaids to sequins, leggings to jumpsuits, mini skirts to evening gowns and clutches to giant handbags. Providing added energy throughout the show will be a variety of musical performers. Michael Stanley will surely rock the house, Disco Inferno is ready to boogie down to the funky sound, and the American Commodore Tuxedo Dancers will move with a groove! Emceeing the festivities will be Matt Fox, former host of HGTV’s Room by Room, which first aired in Dec. 1994. Room by Room was the first show to air on HGTV and the longest-running decorating program in television history. A master carpenter and designer, Fox is also a professional speaker and presenter and is a weekly contributor on Canton’s own News-Talk 1480 WHBC. In early 2011, he and television partner Shari Hiller will launch a new PBS series, Around the House with Matt and Shari. High fashion trends are expected on and off the Fashion Show runway with the annual Westfield Belden Village Fan Fashion Favorite contest returning for a third year. One attendee from each dining room will be selected as winner and will receive a $50 Westfield Belden Village gift card. The grand prize winner will receive a $250 Westfield Belden Village gift card. Ladies – and gentlemen – are encouraged to come dressed in their finest for the contest! Tickets for this fashion and entertainment celebration are available by calling (330) 458-2048. Guests are reminded that this year’s festivities will begin one half hour earlier, with doors opening at 11 a.m. and activities starting at 11:30 a.m. For the complete schedule of events and news about the 18 public events to be held during the 11-day Enshrinement Festival, check out the Web site: