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1993 NAIAS CHARITY PREVIEW ADDS TWO CHARITIES

 DETROIT, Jan. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The black-tie Charity Preview gala to open the 1993 North American International Auto Show will benefit two additional children's charities.
 The 1993 Charity Preview will raise more than $1 million for 10 Detroit-area children's charities. Added to the list for the 1993 benefit are Boys Hope Detroit and Judson Center.
 Boys Hope Detroit is a college-prep program for academically motivated teenage boys. Boys selected for the program are housed, clothed and fed at two homes. They attend the University of Detroit High School. Following high school graduation, they go on to the University of Detroit.
 The Judson Center, headquartered in Royal Oak, is a comprehensive treatment facility for emotionally impaired and developmentally disabled children, adults and families. The center offers a variety of programs to assist social development of individuals.
 Other children's charities to benefit from the Charity Preview are: Barat Human Services; Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan; The Children's Center; Children's Services of Northeast Guidance Center Assistance League; Detroit Institute for Children; The Easter Seal Society; March of Dimes; and Detroit Police Athletic League.
 The auto show's Charity Preview is one of the largest black-tie events held in North America. In 1992, the gala attracted 7,534 guests, including numerous celebrities, and raised nearly $1 million for children's charities in the metro Detroit area.
 The Charity Preview is Friday, Jan. 8, from 7-9 p.m. Tickets are $125 per person; $250 per couple.
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