Host to be Announced for AUTISM Event in Tampa

Attendees will also be allowed to get autographs and have photos taken with the unannounced mystery guest

Today, the International Center for Autism Research and Education, Inc. (ICare4Autism) has confirmed a very, very special host for the ICare4Autism 2010: Cocktail Gala.

The highly anticipated gala will take over the Florida Aquarium in Tampa, Florida on the evening of Thursday April 15th, 2010. Approximately, 3,000 people are expected to show up to help support the raising of funds for the neurological disorder that 1 in 91 children are diagnosed with.

At the event, the special host will be helping the global non-profit by announcing and handing out some of the 100’s of door prizes and three coveted “Autism Impact Awards” and also will be speaking on the cause.

Attendees will also be allowed to get autographs and have photos taken with the unannounced guest. Those persons who have purchased the tickets for the V.I.P area will be up-close with the guest.

CLICK to BUY: Event Tickets HERE

To purchase by telephone:

1-866-999-9735

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