Bono to Raise Money for Autism Research

U2 has contributed exclusive tickets to their July 9th concert in Miami, Florida to raise money for the International Center for Autism Research and Education.

The International Center for Autism Research and Education (ICare4Autism) has just confirmed that U2 will be contributing exclusive items to be auctioned off to raise money for autism research and education. The item will appear alongside other exclusive luxury items at the ICare4Autism 2010: Cocktail Gala in Tampa, Florida.

What are the items?

The fabulous items include an original U2 Memorabilia Package. The memorabilla includes items that hard to find, out of production and unobtainable to the general public.

Also, for the package to be auctioned at the major autism event, the altruistic band has provided exclusive tickets to the U2 concert to be held in Miami, Florida on July 9th, 2010.

The ICare4Autism 2010: Cocktail Gala, will be held on Thursday April 15th, from 6pm-10pm, at the Florida Aquarium; 777 Channelside Drive in Tampa, Florida. Tickets for the event go on sale this Tuesday, February 16th, 2010.

For the latest info on the ICare4Autism 2010: Cocktail Gala please continue to the official website at



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