Chrysler Presents Annual American Cancer Society Ball, Auctions Special 300C Model

Chrysler, is a known sponsor of the American Cancer Society's Cattle Baron's Ball which puts a quirky, unique yet perfect combination of high-society class with down-home country flair to raise money for the fight against cancer. Can you even imagine what that's like?

This year marks the 100th year American Cancer Society has been working endlessly on the fight for the cure and the eleventh in which the Cattle Baron's Ball has taken place.

For this year's event,  Chrysler is set to auction off an extremely exclusive version of its ever popular 2013 Chrysler 300C model  specially designed by John Varvatos and limited, in nature. Proceeds gained from the auction will be donated to help support the fight against cancer in Detroit city.

This event in its entirety is headed by President and CEO of the Chrysler brand, Chrysler Group LLC, Saad Chehab, is staffed with volunteers and gathers support from auto execs, nation-wide, as well as big names from other large, well-known companies, as well.

The Cattle Baron's Ball has been able to raise over $10 million within the last 10 years. 100% proceeds have been used by the American Cancer Society to help find a cure for the disease and provide treatment and support for those inflicted with it.

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