Businesses bond for Challenged Athletes Foundation benefit

Tara Butcher thanks the crowd

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Photo by Jesse Arroyo

Engel & Volkers, Prospect Bar & Grill, and Ferrari & Maserati of San Diego joined forces to host a benefit for the Challenged Athletes Foundation on March 25. Some 170 guests, all asked to attend wearing white clothing for fun and in honor of springtime, stopped by to view the 2011 sexy sports cars on display along Prospect, and mingle over wine and Sushi on the Rocks and specialty cocktails.

The group raised almost $2,000 for CAF. Guests got to take home photos of themselves posing near the cars and with friends.

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