Danville, California (EastBayDaily) — The Contra Costa Chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors (WCR) continues to bring their community together as they announce some of the donations made to this year’s annual charity fashion show. Multiple area businesses are making contributions to the silent auction and raffle that also take place during the event. This year, the lunchtime event will be on November 20th at the Roundhill Country Club in Alamo.
Silent auction items include an area rug from Fleury’s Floor Covering in Concord; a Magnum of Scout’s Honor Proprietary Red Wine and private tasting for four at Venge Vineyards; one week at Tony LaRussa’s Camp ARF; and a one night stay at the Lafayette Park Hotel.
Raffle prizes include gift cards to Walnut Creek businesses including 1515 Restaurant and Davidson Lict; membership to Danville Chocolates’ Caramel Apple of the Month Club; a body wrap at Simply Beautiful in San Ramon; and a print from lulusimonSTUDIO in Walnut Creek.
Beneficiaries of this year’s event include the Contra Costa Association of Realtors (CCAR) Scholarship Foundation, CCAR – Helping Hands, and HomeAid.
With celebrity MC Mark Ibanez of KTVU, the fashion show will feature WCR members (men and women) wearing the latest from Etcetera, Caché, Men’s Warehouse, and Sports Authority.
The 2013 fashion show also celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Contra Costa Chapter of the WCR. This milestone deserves a grand theme and the selection of James Bond promises an event everyone will remember. Named after Bond films, sponsorship levels range from $500 to $1500. The Golden Eye sponsor – the top level of sponsorship – is Windermere Diablo Realty.
Individual tickets are available at Women's Council of Realtors Fashion Show 2013 for $50, including lunch. Held at the Roundhill Country Club, the 2013 Women’s Council of Realtors fashion show will be on November 20th from 11am to 2pm.
The Women’s Council of Realtors is a network of successful realtors, empowering women to exercise their potential as entrepreneurs and industry leaders effecting positive change in the profession and in the broader community.