Get a VIP first look at the 2014 Denver Auto Show at the annual “Live and Let Drive” Charity Preview Party on Tuesday
On Tuesday, April 8, rev up your engines for a night of fast cars and fashion at the annual Charity Preview Party, which benefits three worthy causes: the Clear the Air Foundation, National Jewish Health and the Denver Post Community Foundation.
Guests should dress to impress (business or cocktail attire suggested) for an exclusive preview of the 2014 Denver Auto Show, a live fashion show, a catered reception and of course, music (always the key to a successful bash).
The “Live and Let Drive” themed event will kick off with a champagne toast by 2014 Denver Auto Show Chair Todd Maul before guests take the first peek at the more than 500 new cars and trucks on display at the Auto Show before it’s open to the public.
The Charity Preview Party will also feature a live fashion show showcasing the latest trends from Soignee Elegant Attire Boutique, A. Tsangas Custom Furs & Leather, and Colorado designer Andreas Tsagas. For this portion, local celebrity and star of Bravo’s Shear Genius, Matthew Morris of Matthew Morris Salon & Skincare, will do the hair and make up. Former Denver Broncos Cheerleaders Tameka Kueser and Kim Bruan will provide the models along with Donna Baldwin Models.
All this fun alone makes it worth the $100 ticket price, but your attendance also benefits three important causes. The Clear the Air Foundation is a nonprofit committed to helping Coloradans who suffer from asthma or other breathing disorders by improving the air quality in our state. National Jewish Health is the leading respiratory hospital in the nation. And the Denver Post Community Foundation supports programs that benefit children and youth such as arts and culture, education and literacy, and the provision of basic human services.
The “Live and Let Drive” event will run from 7:00 to 10:00 pm on Tuesday, April 8 at the Colorado Convention Center. Tickets are available for purchase at www.charitypreviewparty.com.