Cadillac Partners with Becky’s Fund’s Walk This Way 2011 Charity Fashion Show to end Domestic Violence
By: Quinn Bryner
November 4, 2011 2:31 pm ET
On November 2, Cadillac partnered with the nonprofit Becky’s Fund for their annual fashion show in the District. Walk This Way brings awareness to domestic violence by having top athletes from D.C. sports teams walk the runway. This year’s group of sports stars that hit the cat walk included: Washington Redskins’ Brian Orakpo, Anthony Armstrong, DeAngelo Hall; Washington Capitals’ John Carlson, Karl Alzner, Nick Backstrom; DC United’s Ben Olsen; former Redskins player Gary Clark and former Jets player John Booty.
Guests were invited to experience the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe and SRX. The Cadillac duo was featured in front of the auditorium and instantly greeted guests as they arrived. “I have to sit inside of this!” exclaimed one guest as she sat inside of the SRX and “This should be the next Bond car!” said another of the CTS-V.
Cadillac was proud to host V.I.P guests Cynné Simpson, WJLA ABC News Anchor; Tim Hightower, Washington Redskins’ Running Back; Big Tigger, nationally known radio and television personality and Anthony Cancel, from DC area dealership powerhouse, Lindsay Cadillac. The event was truly inspirational and we couldn’t have been more honored to participate. To view more photos click here.
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