Saturday night, cast and crew members from all the shows, movies and commercials that film here in Chicago are coming together to raise money for CRISP: Chicagoland Rescue Intervention & Support Program. CRISP works with pet owners for free to help them stay with their pets, rather than having to give them up.
A donation of $25 is requested, and all money raised will go directly to the rescue.
Hosted by GigRig Production Vehicles, Biagio Events & Banquets is donating the room for the event, as well as a buffet dinner. There will be a cash bar available throughout the evening.
Three bands will play, made up of crew members from the shows! Profits of Metal will open the night and Uptown Shakedown will close out the night.
There will be a raffle throughout the evening, ending at 10:30 pm. Prizes have been generously donated by Eaglewood Resort & Spa, Eagle Ridge Resort & Spa, VITAHL Medical Aesthetics, Petsie, DOG for DOG, Payton Rose, Alina Organics, Blo Blow Dry Bar and more! Kendra Scott will have a pop-up shop onsite, and will be donating 20% of profits to benefit CRISP.
Tickets are available at the door.
Director Tim Armstrong unleashed a pack of lovable dogs in a video invitation for a December 8 benefit party supporting the Chicagoland Rescue Intervention & Support Program (CRISP), an organization dedicated to helping Windy City pets and their families “stay healthy and stay together.”
The five-minute piece features testimonials from people who have rescued canines, as well as one cat owner, all appearing with their pets. It combines Armstrong’s love of animals and inspiration to “do something different for the holidays” with an idea that came from his long-time friend and Post Meridian cinematographer, Paolo Cascio. (originally posted on www.reelchicago.com)
You can view the heartwarming video here.
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