Chicago, IL September 23, 2009 – The 50th Anniversary of Motown will be celebrated at the 8th Annual Red Hot Gala benefiting the Primo Center for Women and Children (PCWC) on Saturday, October 17, 2009 at Jay Pritzker Pavilion Stage at Millennium Park located at 201 East Randolph Street in Chicago.
Quintin E. Primo III and his wife Diane, who are Co-Chairmen of the Primo Center for Women and Children, will welcome their guests to the revolutionary outdoor concert stage beginning at 6 P.M. for a cocktail hour and then an elegant dinner with Millennium Park and the incredible Chicago skyline as the backdrop.
Red Hot Gala
Saturday, October 17, 2009
6 P.M. to Midnight
Jay Pritzker Pavilion Stage at Millennium Park
210 E. Randolph Street in Chicago
“Current economic pressure is raising the number of homeless in Chicago,” said Quintin E. Primo, III, who is also Chairman and Founder of Capri Capital Partners in Chicago. “I’ve looked into the eyes of our moms and children and know how much they appreciate having nice beds and warm meals, plus first-class counseling that helps them work through difficult times and build for the future. If it weren’t for all of our friends and supporters, who look beyond their own lives, we couldn’t continue to work toward ending homelessness one family at a time.”
Joining DJ Sadie on-stage will be “The Connection”, a Motown foursome, for 50 years of Motown music that is sure to keep everyone dancing until midnight.
For ticket information please call Oscar Groves at 312-805-5260