Have you ever wanted to have fun while working for a good cause? If that sounds a little far-fetched, don’t worry; we have more information. You’re invited to the Shake Your Booties Down Bourbon Street event in Downtown Pittsburgh on March 25th, the 16th annual Children’s Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center’s signature gala. Enjoy an exciting and fun Mardi Gras vibe as you take part in this outdoor dance party for a cause.
General admission is $150 for a night of drinking, dancing, dinner, and even reserved parking at Stage AE. Last year, Shakes Your Booties 2016 was one of the biggest celebrations in the event’s history, raising over $200,000 for The Children’s Homes three local programs – the Pediatric Specialty Hospital, Child’s Way, and Adoption. You can take part in the stunning yearly gala, all the while donating money to children in need. There are even raffle tickets available if you would like to donate even more; all proceeds go to the cause!
Don’t miss out on great food and drinks and a night of live entertainment. Stop by the Shake Your Booties 2017 event this March 25th from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m. It’s sure to be a wild ride!
Lately, it seems like electric vehicles are a hot topic. With major players like Tesla and Chevrolet throwing their weight around in the segment, new electric offerings deliver a longer electric range than ever before. Ford recently confirmed rumors that the company was working on a 200-mile range EV of its own, tentatively referred to as the Ford Model E. While the EV isn’t expected to enter production until late 2019, Model E rumors are flying around in the midst of anticipation of more info.
Ford already has an electric Focus model, which offers a range of over 100 miles. However, that doesn’t seem to be stopping the company from striving for more. Not only will the upcoming Model E go head to head with the Tesla Model 3 and the Chevy Bolt, but it reportedly will also feature hybrid and plug-in hybrid models for those who don’t just want an EV but the comfort and familiarity of a traditional gasoline engine as well.
Ford Authority adds its own speculation to the Model E rumors, stating it believes the vehicle will either be a midsize or compact car, which would place it underneath $40,000. Additionally, if the Ford Model E will be offering hybrid powertrains, it may be replacing the C-MAX in Ford’s current lineup.