San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) September 28, 2010
The stars will be shining in Texas on October 2 at the 3rd Annual Tony and Eva Parker Celebrity Casino Night to benefit Eva’s Heroes, a non-profit organization founded by Eva Longoria Parker, based in San Antonio, Texas. Eva’s Heroes provides programs for teens and young adults with intellectual special needs.
A walk down the red carpet will kick-off the evening with Tony and Eva’s celebrity friends greeting fans and photographers. The event will include silent auction items, buffet dinner, casino games, and a Texas Hold ‘em Tournament with a first place prize of a seat in the World Series of Poker Tournament in Las Vegas. A live auction to raise funds for Eva’s Heroes will feature Geromino, an 11-month-old Texas Longhorn calf, a Robert Harrison painting, and secret custom artwork item signed by Eva Longoria Parker.
In addition to the Parkers, San Antonio Spurs teammates and former players, and local Texas VIPs, celebrities attending the event include:
- Ricardo Chavira (Desperate Housewives)
- Phil Hellmuth, Jr. (11-time World Series of Poker Series Winner)
- Sarah Lancaster (Chuck)
- Brad Leland (Friday Night Lights)
- Roselyn Sanchez (Without a Trace, Rush Hour 2)
- Amaury Nolasco (Chase, Southland)
- Brenda Strong (Desperate Housewives)
- Leeann Tweeden (host, Poker After Dark; panelist, Hannity)
- Brian White (The Shield, Men of a Certain Age)
The Celebrity Casino Night is sure to provide a uniquely Texas experience at Pedrotti’s North Wind Ranch, 13715 FM 1560N, Helotes, TX 78023, just northwest of San Antonio.
All media are required to coordinate credentials in advance with Megan Augustine at MasonPR, (210) 296-9520 or maugustine(at)masonpr(dot)com.
About Eva’s Heroes
Eva’s Heroes is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to enriching the lives of those with intellectual special needs by providing an inclusive setting built on four tenets – interact, grow, learn, and love. Based in San Antonio, the organization helps teens and young adults, ages 14 and older, integrate and flourish in society. For more information regarding Eva’s Heroes, visit http://www.evasheroes.org or call 210-694-9090.