Come See Some Real Horse Power at the 2010 Cattle Baron's Ball
Posted By: Park Place Porsche Dallas - 2010-09-01
Park Place Porsche Dallas supports the 2010 Cattle Baron's Ball
Park Place Porsche is honored to continue their support of this year's ball set to take place on Saturday, October 9, 2010. The Great State Fair of Texas themed event will take place at South Fork Ranch and features musical performances by Alan Jackson and Jack Ingram.
No State Fair is complete without an Auto Show. Park Place Porsche will have a corral featuring this year's raffle car, the 2011 Porsche Boxster AND a line up of several other newsworthy Porsche's including this year's featured Live Auction Car, the 2011 Porsche Cayenne Turbo!
Here's your chance to make some hay...
After you cowboys and cowgirls put your horse up in the barn, hop into this 2011 Porsche Boxster for the ride into town. Porsche's popular mid-engine roadster features everything you would expect: high performance, lightweight construction, sporting ability and pure driving pleasure, with more muscle under the hood and more aggressive exterior styling. So saddle up and put the spurs to her!
Raffle tickets are just $100 each with an approximate prize value of $55,000.
The raffle winner will be drawn and announced at the Ball on Saturday, October 9, 2010 - you need not be present to win! To purchase tickets, please call 214-443-9222 x203. Cash, checks and credit cards (MasterCard, Visa and American Express) are all accepted.
The Cattle Baron's Ball is the world's largest single-night fundraiser for cancer research through the American Cancer Society. Dallas' Cattle Baron's Ball has made its mark on both Texas culture and history as it has raised nearly $40 million in just 36 years in its ongoing pursuit of a cure for cancer. One hundred active volunteers are responsible for raising the funds that my make the ultimate difference in the lives of those who are coping with cancer.
Alan Jackson is a country singer, blending both honky tonk and mainstream country sounds and penning many of his own hits. More than fifty of his singles have reached Top 30 on the Billboard country charts, including twenty-five Number Ones.
Jack Ingram is an American country music artist who has released eight studio albums, one extended play, six live albums and eighteen singles. Ingram has sent seven songs into the country Top 40: "Wherever You Are", "Love You," a cover version of Hinder's "Lips of an Angel," "Measure of a Man," "Maybe She'll Get Lonely," "That's a Man" and "Barefoot and Crazy."