Contra Costa Women’s Council of Realtors Prepares for Annual Fashion Show

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The Contra Costa Chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors celebrates 50th anniversary with their annual charity fashion show.

In their continued support of the community, the Contra Costa Chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors (WCR) is holding their annual charity fashion show on November 20th. Hosted at the Roundhill Country Club in Alamo, the lunchtime event also celebrates the chapter’s 50th anniversary. Beneficiaries of this year’s event include the Contra Costa Association of Realtors (CCAR) Scholarship Foundation, CCAR - Helping Hands, and HomeAid.

The fashion show will feature WCR members (men and women) wearing the latest from Etcetera, Caché, Men’s Warehouse, and Sports Authority. For those more interested in the charity than the fashion, the event will also include a silent auction, a live auction, and prizes. Auction items include: 1 week in a Hawaiian condominium, dinner for 8 personally prepared in the winner’s home, and a private limousine tour of Napa for 4 with private tastings at 4 wineries.

The Masters of Ceremonies will be KTVU Sports Anchor Mark Ibanez and Julie Dudum DelSanto, owner of Dudum Real Estate Group.

The 50th anniversary milestone deserves a grand theme and the selection of James Bond promises an event everyone will remember. Named after Bond films, sponsorship levels range from $500 to $1500. The Golden Eye sponsor – the top level of sponsorship – is Windermere Diablo Realty.

Individual tickets cost $50, including lunch, and are for sale at WCR Fashion Show Tickets. Held at the Roundhill Country Club, the 2013 Women’s Council of Realtors fashion show will be on November 20th from 11am to 2pm.

The Women’s Council of Realtors is a network of successful realtors, empowering women to exercise their potential as entrepreneurs and industry leaders effecting positive change in the profession and in the broader community. The local chapter website is


The CCAR Scholarship Foundation provides scholarships to college students from the central Contra Costa area successfully pursuing a field of study that emphasizes real estate, finance, or business.

HomeAid builds and renovates multi-unit shelters for individuals and families rendered homeless by circumstances beyond their control.

CCAR – Helping Hands provides financial assistance to CCAR Members, their immediate families, and to members of the communities that CCAR serves who are suffering setbacks due to prolonged illness, accident, or other catastrophic occurrences.

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