Earnhardt Lexus hosts Off The Record, an annual fundraiser for the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation, on Friday, November 1 from 7-11:30 p.m.
The PCH50 annually presents Off The Record, an exclusive party at the Earnhardt Lexus showroom. PCH50 is a group of 50 community leaders who generate support for Phoenix Children’s Hospital through fundraising, volunteer efforts and community events.
This year’s headliner guest at Off The Record, Lee Brice is a Grammy-nominated Country recording star. His multi-platinum hits include “I Don’t Dance,” “Hard to Love,” and “Drinking Class.” His newest single, “Boy,” plays tribute to his two young boys. His fourth album releases on November 3. Brice is sure to play these favorites, and maybe he’ll perform some new songs too.
More than 400 guests can join the PCH50 at this exclusive performance and party. Tickets are $1,000 per couple. This includes admission, beverages and food at the luxurious Earnhardt Lexus showroom, 800 E Camelback Road in Phoenix.
Since 1983, the mission of Phoenix Children’s Hospital has been to provide hope, healing and the best possible healthcare to children. Phoenix Children’s Hospital is the only freestanding pediatric hospital in Arizona, and it’s the sixth-largest children’s hospital in the country. Each year, it offers healthcare and support to more than 135,000 children and their families within 74 pediatric subspecialties.
Did you know that Phoenix Children’s Hospital is the busiest Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center in the country? In 2016, the center treated more than 2,500 patients, according to the Off The Record event website. PCH also ranked in the Top 50 pediatric facilities in the country in 10 out of 10 specialty fields by US News and World Report.
Last year’s Off The Record party raised more than $287,000 for the PCH Foundation and Hospital. Visit the Off The Record website to donate or for more information about this year’s event.
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