Tailgate Party Fuels a Benefit for CHOP


The annual Black Tie Tailgate Preview benefit of the Philadelphia Auto Show brought in almost $500,000 for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Getting more miles to the gallon of good times, this group helped make the Philadelphia Auto Show’s Black Tie Tailgate Preview a major success. Some 4,500 car fans drove the event to hit status, with proceeds benefitting the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Division of Neonatology through the sponsoring Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation. From left are Dr. Steven Altschuler, CEO/CHOP; hospital board member Lisa Longacker; CHOP surgeon-in-chief, Dr. Scott Adzick; Sandy Adzick; Clutch the mascot; Dr. Joseph St. Geme, CHOP pediatrics chief; Laurie Kilpatrick; Dr. William Fox, attending neonatologist/medical director, the hospital's Infant Breathing Disorder Center; Dr. Phyllis Dennery, chief of CHOP's Division of Neonatology; and Gregory Mundy.


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