How’s Business Spokane By Ed Clark: September 12th
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Photo ID: Mary Christen and Kathleen Cavender enjoy The Cobra Polo Classic in their stylish hats
A fabulous celebration of tents, hats and champagne took place yesterday at Spokane’s polo grounds, benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane. More than 1100 guests attended the celebration of tents, hats and champagne to make this event the largest charity polo event in the United States.
Final totals are still being tabulated, but early projections indicate The Cobra Polo Classic has now raised nearly $2 million dollars for Ronald McDonald House Charities Spokane in the seven years its been held.
Thanks to the amazing support of the Inland Northwest community, Ronald McDonald House of Spokane is able to provide 700 families per year a ‘Home Away From Home’. Most of the families that stay at RMHC are dealing with children who are born prematurely, battling cancer, or recovering from traumatic accidents. Many do not have any forewarning and arrive at the house without personal essentials.
For more information go to their website rmhcspokane.com.
J. Kent Adams, long time experienced community relations, marketing and account executive with…….To read the rest of the story CLICK HERE