50 Shades of Style, Saks Fifth Avenue & AutoCricket.com Fundraiser

May 14th, 2012

Palm Beach Gardens, FL – May 10, 2012 – Saks Fifth Avenue and AutoCricket.com hosted a fundraiser for The Happy Camper Foundation. In their Palm Beach Gardens location, Saks put on a fashion show, and 10% of all sales were donated to Happy Camper.

Guests were treated to wonderful food by Brio, as well as cupcakes by Hollywood Cupcake. In addition to the fashion show, they also had a meet the buyers. Drinks were served and a $25 gift card to Saks was given to attendees.

The event began at 6:30 p.m. Admissions were $75 per person and $100 per couple and all proceeds went to the Happy Camper Foundation.

AutoCricket.com is a multifaceted company with a consumer-friendly interface enabling consumers to meet all of their automotive needs. The simple forms with drop down menus and self-generated answers have made searching for automotive insurance and new vehicle prices easier for consumers. AutoCricket.com strives to provide a simple solution for those who have automotive needs, whether it is to search, finance or insure.

The Happy Camper Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, extends summer program opportunities to South Florida children who, without the Foundation’s assistance, would otherwise not have the means to enjoy.

Saks Fifth Avenue today is renowned for its superlative selling services and merchandise offerings. The best of European and American designers for men and women are sold throughout its 46 stores servicing customers in 22 states.

For more information regarding Saks Fifth Avenue, or to shop Saks online go to SaksFifthAvenue.com

For more information about AutoCricket.com visit our website or contact Kevin Kelley at 561.845.2391

To contribute to The Happy Camper Foundation, or learn more about the organization, visit their website at Happy-Camper.org

Media Contact:
Kevin Kelley
AutoCricket Corp.
155 East Blue Heron Blvd. Suite 405
West Palm Beach FL 33404
Ph: 561.845.2391

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