Lingenfelter Collecion Plans Shades of Pink Fundraiser

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BRIGHTON — Ken and Kristen Lingenfelter are planning a Fall Open House at the Lingenfelter Collection for a day of Pink Fashion and the rare opportunity to see some of the most sought after cars in the world. This year’s Open House  from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 12 will honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and will benefit Shades of Pink Foundation; an organization is committed to easing the financial burden of a breast cancer diagnosis.

The event will be held at 7819 Lochlin Dr. in Brighton.

The Fall Open House will feature more than 150 cars from the collection along with two great runway fashion shows set for 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. highlighting fashions from Impulse Boutique, Lolly Ella Jewelry, Lady LA’s of LaFontaine Automotive Group Mariposa Boutique, Harley Davidson, and Mother Fletchers Vintage Boutique.

“We are turning the collection pink to honor breast cancer survivors and to help those women with a breast cancer diagnosis,” Kristen Lingenfelter said. “Our Fall Open House will be a day of cars, fun, and fashion dedicated to supporting the Shades of Pink Foundation”  “

During the event, a Pink Label Harley-Davidson apparel line will be showcased by Brighton Harley-Davidson, they will also unveil a special Harley-Davidson Breast Cancer motorcycle, with proceeds from its sale benefitting Shades of Pink Foundation. Lolly Ella will donate to the foundation 100 percent of the sales of its special pink quartz bracelet during the entire month of October. Additionally, Rottermond Jewelers will feature a heart-shaped pink pendant at the event, from which it will donate a portion of the proceeds to the foundation. There will be a pink photo booth along with boutique shopping as well as “pink” raffle items.

Entertainment will include music by the Sanctuary Blues Band with food and refreshments from Two Brothers Catering. 

For more information contact Kristen Lingenfelter at Kristen@lingenfelter.com or visit shadesofpinkfoundation.org.

Started in 1980 and owned by renowned automotive enthusiast, Ken Lingenfelter, the Lingenfelter Collection is one of the largest, most prestigious car collections in the United States and features 200+ rare exotics, muscle cars and Corvettes, including a Bugatti Veyron, an Enzo Ferrari and a Lamborghini Reventón. The Lingenfelter Collection has opened its doors for tours and private showings to actively advocate for philanthropic organizations.  Much of the collection can be viewed at lingenfeltercollection.com.

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