Highland Park, IL, February 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- To raise awareness about the scourge of prescription drug abuse, the Save a Star Drug Awareness Foundation, based in Highland Park, IL, has started their engines to be the first non-profit to hold a private event at the brand new Klairmont Auto Collection in Chicago, IL. The event will be held on Sunday, April 22nd from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Klairmont Collection, 3111 North Knox Avenue in Chicago. Hors d’oeuvres will be served.
The Klairmont Collection is real estate mogul Larry Klairmont’s 50,000 sq.ft. treasure of collectible cars. His private collection features more than 350 classic automobiles including vintage Rolls-Royces, Packards, Duesenbergs, a 1920s fire engine, an amphibious auto once owned by Lyndon Johnson, and much more...including motorcycles, vintage warplanes, a model railroad layout from the 1964 World’s Fair, plus antiques and memorabilia reflecting the history of cars and transportation.
Prescription drug abuse is the nation’s fastest growing drug epidemic. The Save A Star Drug Awareness Foundation was founded in Highland Park, Illinois by David and Gail Katz and their daughter, Melissa Katz Gold, following the death of David and Gail’s 25-year-old son and Melissa’s brother, Daniel, from an overdose of prescription drug medication in June, 2007. The Save a Star Drug Awareness Foundation was created to educate the public about the dangers and consequences of prescription drug abuse and addiction, and to provide tangible methods to remove unwanted and unused medications from America’s homes.
Tickets for this event are $75 per person before March 15; children under 10 half price. After March 15 and at the door, the price is $125 per person. If you’d like more information about Save a Star Drug Awareness Foundation, or to purchase tickets for this event, visit the website at www.SaveAStar.org or call 847-579-1300 x 153. Save a Star Drug Awareness Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 public charity.