Third annual Wheelin and Dealin at FireKeepers Casino on Oct. 8Share
The third annual Wheelin and Dealin event for MIS Cares came up as a full house. And you have the opportunity to reap the rewards.
Be sure to reserve Saturday, October 8 on your calendar now. The third annual Wheelin and Dealin presented by FireKeepers Casino Hotel will start at 6:30 p.m. You can order your tickets by visiting www.mispeedway.com/casino. All tickets cost $65.
Guests will get the experience of arriving at an awards show when stepping on the red carpet. Be sure to stop to get your picture taken to feel like your favorite driver entering the NASCAR Series Sprint Cup Banquet.
The doors to the event will open at 6:30 p.m. on October 8 at FireKeepers Casino Hotel. All the guests will be able to enjoy a strolling dinner.
You will want to make sure you visit all the stations to taste the great options. Guests can sample oysters, seared diver scallops, shrimp shooters and clams. Or you can snack on nachos, pork carnitias, sweet corn and assorted salsas. Finally, make a pit stop to refuel on Banh Mi and lettuce wraps, shrimp toast, Korean BBQ pork belly, chick satay and Beef Satay.
Emcee and auctioneer Tim Bos will keep the evening going as the action will be as fast as it is on the track at Michigan International Speedway on race weekend.
And the NASCAR lovers will not miss the race from Charlotte Motor Speedway that evening. The race will be shown on two jumbo screens throughout the hall.
You will want to make sure you take part in the silent auction for your chance to take home some must have items. Fans will be able to bid on a NASCAR driving experiences, behind-the-scenes zoo experience, autographed sports memorabilia and golf packages. And so much more.
In addition there will be a thrilling live auction. You can bid on a signed helmet from all the starters in the Pure Michigan 400. The Detroit Red Wings have donated a practice visit, a player meet and great and game tickets for four.
And what evening would be complete without a little magic. There will be two illusionist performances during the event.
There’s a special charm and attraction between Jim Carmody and his audience. With a smile that easily illuminates every stage he graces, Jim combines the perfect mix of comedy, magic and hilarious audience involvement with a visual style that’s all his own. Whether he’s vanishing a watch right off a wrist while mingling through a corporate affair, or executing one of his many trademark routines from his stand-up comedy show, Carmody consistently dazzles his audiences, insuring your complete and total satisfaction.
Alan Kazam is an expert at entertaining guests and making events amazingly successful. Kazam will perform a mind reading demonstrations with random audience members. A borrowed $20 bill gets destroyed and is found in the center of a lemon! A random audience member floats three feet in the air! Even with a hoop passed all the way around!!!
Both illusionists will be strolling as well during the event to fool you with their slight of hand. You will not be disappointed.
MIS and its sister company Americrown combined donated a total of $916,566.82 to local service groups and organizations through cash donations, work programs, grants and sponsorships, as well as tickets and merchandise that clubs raffle to raise money in 2015.
As a donor advised fund of the NASCAR Foundation, the mission of MIS Cares is to assist and inspire youth within our community. The NASCAR Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity.
MIS Cares raises money through fund-raising events, as well as online auctions and donations.
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