Glitz, Glamour, Toronto Blue Jays and General Motors at the 2008 Reverse Draw
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Lucky guest has chance to drive away in a 2008 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid
01/30/2008 -- The 4th annual General Motors of Canada reverse draw, in support of the jays care foundation, will be held at the Fermenting Cellar in the distillary district on Thursday, January 31, 2008 from 6:00 - 9:30 p.m.
This event has been thrown a curve ball as organizers trade in the formal black tie dinner for a hip lounge-style cocktail party and Vegas themed games night. The event promises guests an evening of exquisite foods, specialty drinks, casino gaming, raffle excitement, amazing prizes, and performances by Circus-Orange Aerial Silks Troupe, magicians and even showgirls.
Toronto's stylish in-crowd with join TORONTO BLUE JAYS players JEREMY ACCARDO, DUSTIN McGOWAN and VERNON WELLS for an unforgettable evening in which guests will have the chance to drive away in a 2008 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid valued at over $34,000 or fly off and enjoy an incredible 7-night all-inclusive trip for 2 to the Occidental Grand Playa Turquesa in Cuba courtesy of Transat Holidays.
"Our players continue to step up and lead by example," commented Blue Jays President & CEO PAUL GODFREY. "Their philanthropic involvement in our community shows their pride in the Blue Jays team as well as the City of Toronto."
In the past three years, the REVERSE DRAW has raised over $150,000 in support of the JAYS CARE FOUNDATION. Funds raised at this year's sold-out event will be directed to support youth baseball initiatives in the city, and provide grants to local charities serving youth in our communities.
The JAYS CARE FOUNDATION is working to ensure that children in need have the opportunity to make positive choices in life through programs that support physical activity, education and life-skill development.
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