November 19, 2013 | Posted by Kristel Hartshorn
CLEVELAND, Ohio – There will be a lot of celebrities in town this Tuesday. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Flashes of Hope are hosting their annual "Big Shots & Little Stars" fundraiser at Quicken Loans Arena from 5:30-10 p.m.
The night's events will include Cavs and Monsters players and coaches escorting children who have survived a battle with cancer. Be sure to dust off that tux and look extra flashy because this year's theme is 007 James Bond glitz and glamor.
The Main Event: "Big Shot & Little Stars" Fundraiser
The 411: The Q is where all the action is going down for Medical Mutual's "Big Shots & Little Stars" fundraiser. The night is presented by KeyBank, Penske Cleveland and Richard Horvitz & Erica Hartman-Horvitz to benefit Flashes of Hope and the Children's Tumor Foundation. Hosted by the Cavs and Monsters players and Quicken Loans Arena, they are expecting more than 1,300 guests. Cavs and Monsters players and coaches will greet guests on the red carpet inside the Cavaliers Team shop from 6-7 p.m. then make their big debut alongside the "Little Stars" on the red carpet. This special evening will be highlighted by an unforgettable fashion show when the "Big Shots" strut their stuff on the runway with the real stars — children who have beaten back cancer.
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