Cavaliers, Monsters players escort small runway models with the biggest hearts for 'Big Shots & Little Stars' event at The Q

November 20, 2013  |  Posted by Kristel Hartshorn

There was no height, or weight requirement to walk the runway at Quicken Loans Arena Tuesday night at the “Big Shots & Little Stars” fashion show, presented by The Q and Flashes of Hope to raise money to battle pediatric cancer. But having the cute-factor was a must, and the little stars of the night definitely brought their "A" game. The boys looked dapper in their tuxedos and the girls ever so elegant in their evening gowns — all styles following the James Bond theme. Aside from the fashion show, a silent, live auction was held, which helped raise money for pediatric cancer research.

The Main Event: "Big Shot & Little Stars" Fundraiser

The 411: The Q is where all the action went down. The night was presented by KeyBank, Penske Cleveland and Richard Horvitz & Erica Hartman-Horvitz to benefit Flashes of Hope and the Children's Tumor Foundation. Hosted by Cavaliers, the Lake Erie Monsters and Quicken Loans Arena, the event attracted more than 1,300 guests. Cavs and Monsters players and coaches greeted guests on the red carpet inside the Cavaliers Team shop, then walked alongside the "Little Stars" on the red carpet. The evening was highlighted by an unforgettable fashion show when the "Big Shots" strutted their stuff on the runway with the real stars — children who have beaten back cancer.

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