Lions’ Offensive Tackle, Gosder Cherilus, is kicking off the holiday season with a charity event at Fiamma Grill in downtown Plymouth. Cherilus, along with several other Detroit Lions, will host “Players’ Night Out”, a benefit to raise funds for the Gosder Cherilus Foundation.
Attendees will have the unique and exclusive opportunity to mix and mingle with several Detroit Lions, such as Matthew Stafford, Cliff Avril, Calvin Johnson, Nate Burleson, Louis Delmas and others, while supporting a worthy cause.
The event will feature a cocktail hour, dinner, comedy show featuring Steve Macone, silent auction, and keynote speech by Michigan Sports Hall of Fame inductee, and former Detroit Lion, Lomas Brown. Vic Faust, of WXYZ will be the Master of Ceremonies.
All of the net proceeds from this event will benefit the Gosder Cherilus Foundation, as well as the charities and projects supported by the Gosder Cherilus Foundation.
The event will take place on Monday, December 10th at Fiamma Grill at 6:30 pm. To purchase tickets for this event, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Gosder Cherilus Foundation, visit www.gosdercherilusfoundation.com
About the Gosder Cherilus Foundation –
The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by Detroit Lions’ offensive tackle #77 Gosder Cherilus, a native Haitian, in September of 2009. The Foundation’s primary goal is improving the lives of underserved and underprivileged populations in the United States and Haiti. The foundation's purpose is based on the assertion, "Find a Need. Fill the Void." Like an offensive linemen protecting his quarterback, the Foundation dedicates itself to seeking out populations in need and providing much needed resources, funds, and services.