Over 400K Raised through Radiothon!

Nov 27, 2012 | News | 0 comments

$401,321.34, to be exact! Many thanks to all who madethe first ever S.A.Y. Detroit Radiothon possible! Click here to read the coverage in the Free Press.

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A special message from Mitch: 

 

A massive THANK YOU to all those who made the first ever S.A.Y. Detroit Radiothon a huge success. In 15 hours of live broadcasting from Somerset Collection we raised over $400,000 to help the poor, the homeless, families without homes, children without medical care, students hoping to reach the college of their dreams and veterans who   have hit hard times. 
Guests on the radiothon included Hugh Jackman, Dr. Phil, Stephen King, Laurence Fishburne, Matthew Stafford, Lyle Lovett, Kevin Smith – dozens more – all dedicated to helping the neediest this holiday season.
From me to you, my heartfelt thanks. We hope to do it again next year! Until then, here are some snaps:

 

 

 

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