This upcoming Saturday, Texas NORML and the NORML Women’s Alliance will be co-sponsoring along with many other local businesses and groups a Toy Drive benefiting SafePlace at Billy Cannon’s Smoke Shop. SafePlace is a wonderful organization that provides assistance for individuals and families who have been affected by sexual and/or domestic violence, as well as helping many other needy families in the community. We’re proud to be affiliated with this event and would like as many of you as possible to come on down, check out the Hot Rod’s, listen to some live music and show your support for a great cause. Billy Cannon’s is a relatively new smoke shop in the South Austin area and have been kind enough to host this event, with at least 6 other local smoke shops setting up donation boxes as well to help these kids have some happy holidays. Information on the event is as follows:
Soldiers’ Angels presents Hot Rod Car Show N Shine & Holiday Toy Drive Benefiting SafePlace and hosted by Billy Cannon’s
Time and Date: 4pm to 10pm Saturday, Dec. 11th, 2010
Address:6800 West Gate Blvd, Suite 120, Austin Tx, 78745
Physical Description: On the corner of William Cannon and West Gate, inside the old Albertson’s store(map from downtown)
Live Music by Second Chance, Marshall Dylan, Edgemore, and J3
Hot Rod show with FREE entry for a New, Unwrapped Toy Donation!(Monetary Donations for entry are accepted as well, but a new toy would be preferred in the spirit of the drive.)
Food, Beer, Local Artists and more!!!
Trophies and prizes for the Best Hot Rods in the show
Toy Drops being accepted until the 17th and locations are as follows:
Billy Cannon’s Smoke Shop
Casa de la Muertos
Mr. Nice Guys
For details on how to register YOUR Hot Rod for the show, shoot an email to [email protected] , Free Registration and ALL cars and bikes welcome!
Come on out and say HIGH to Texas NORML and the NORML Women’s Alliance and bring some smiles to some local kids faces. Help Billy Cannon’s, Soldiers’ Angels, SafePlace and all of us together make this a very Merry Christmas for some local families in need.
Onward and upward,
Director of Online Community Outreach