“Rock the Inn 2” Brings Emerald City Band Back to the Cotton Mill

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Event Proceeds Benefit The Samaritan Inn

The Samaritan Inn

“Rock the Inn is truly a party with a purpose; a fantastic evening for our guests all to benefit families experiencing homelessness and living at The Samaritan Inn,” said Executive Director Lynn Sipiora.

The Samaritan Inn, the largest homeless program in Collin County, is hosting a benefit concert at the Cotton Mill at 610 Elm St. in McKinney, Texas on Friday, April 27, 2012. The concert lasts from 7:00 pm until midnight. A similar benefit concert last year was a huge success, and event planners expect another great turn out at this year’s “Rock the Inn 2.”

Tickets to the event are $50 per person and include dinner & heavy hors d’oeuvres from Chef Pete Catering, cocktails, a cigar bar, and complimentary valet parking. Guests can also participate in a silent auction and a dance contest. The Emerald City Band, a 13-person-plus-crew rock and roll special event band, will be playing live during the event.

All the proceeds from "Rock the Inn 2" go to The Samaritan Inn. This organization provides services to men, women, and families in the community who are experiencing homelessness.

“Rock the Inn is truly a party with a purpose; a fantastic evening for our guests all to benefit families experiencing homelessness and living at The Samaritan Inn,” said Executive Director Lynn Sipiora. “Have fun, support the cause; win, win!”

In addition, Juan Carlos Entertainment, a professional photography company, will be present at the event. He will give guests the opportunity to pose for a professional-quality photo that can be purchased after the event.

Even if you cannot attend this event, you are encouraged to still donate to The Samaritan Inn’s cause.

About Samaritan Inn
The Samaritan Inn was established in 1984 after community leaders joined together to address the issue of homelessness in Collin County. Twenty five years later, The Samaritan Inn is still the largest homeless program in a county of over 762,000 residents.

All services and support are provided free of charge through funding made from donations by churches, service groups and organizations, corporations and individuals. The Samaritan Inn is also a member of the United Way of Collin County.

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