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Tickets Now Available For 10th Annual Detroit Uncorked, Benefiting The Children's Center

DETROIT, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 10th Annual Detroit Uncorked will take place at The Westin Book Cadillac on September 26, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. A collaboration with the Detroit Wine Organization, Detroit Uncorked has raised more than $530,000 for The Children's Center since its inception.

The Children's Center of Wayne County Logo.

Detroit Uncorked is one of the region's largest wine tasting events, and this year will honor Newton Vineyard from St. Helena in the Napa Valley as Winery of the Year.

Ticket purchases include tastings from a selection of more than 250 wines, a strolling dinner, a silent auction and a chance to bid on several trip experiences for wine lovers and sports enthusiasts. Take advantage of the early purchase ticket price of $120 prior to September 1, 2014. The price will increase to $140 beginning September 2, 2014.

The evening's emcee is Jay Towers of Fox 2 News and Fresh 100.3 FM.  Pato Margetic will headline the event's entertainment and the Daniree' Duo will also be performing.

To round out the evening, the Wine Lovers' Couple Overnight Package, which includes two Detroit Uncorked tickets with an overnight stay at The Westin Book Cadillac, is also available. The price is $380 per couple, and packages must be purchased by September 1, 2014.

To purchase tickets, visit www.detroituncorked.com or call 248-504-1962. All guests must be at least 21 years old to attend.

For sponsorship information, contact Alix Hollis at 248-504-1962 or [email protected] or Marletta Boyd II at 313-481-5116 or [email protected].

About The Children's Center
For nearly 86 years, The Children's Center has been empowering Greater Detroit children and families to shape their own futures.  Annually more than 7,500 children and families receive evidence-based therapeutic mental and behavioral health services from The Children's Center to help them overcome emotional and intellectual challenges, trauma from abuse, neglect and poverty. Learn more about The Children's Center and our 20 interrelated programs at 
www.thechildrenscenter.com or call 313.831.5535.

About Detroit Wine Organization
Detroit Wine Organization is a non-profit organization with over 4,000 members. While promoting Fun, Education and Contribution, the DWO hosts wine tasting and instructional activities throughout the year aimed at promoting the understanding and enjoyment of wine. Proceeds from events benefit local children's charities. Membership is free. For more information, please visit www.detroitwine.org, or call 248-504-1962.

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