Twinsburg, OH - The Mike Trivisonno "All In" benefit shows at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg over the weekend raised more than $150,000 for Coats For Kids which suffered a devastating loss of all supplies and coats when their warehouse caught fire in early February.
The cash raffle auction set a record in sales on Friday night with the winner taking home half of $16,510 and that record was broken on Saturday night with more than $19,000 in sales.
Ticket sales for the benefit totaled more than $54,000. Pictured left to right above are General Manager of the Twinsburg Hilton Garden Inn Roger Greene, Executive Director of Coats for Kids Debbie Martinko and Mike Trivisonno.
The Figgie Foundation donated $50,000. Their mission and heartfelt commitment continues to focus on supporting the Northeast Ohio community and helping those truly in need.
Mike Trivisonno show sponsor Window Nation donated $12,500 to Coats for Kids. Mike Trivisonno said, "thanks to Window Nation CEO and co-founder Harley Magden. They are always there for the charity helping keep Cleveland's kids warm!".
Mike Trivisonno also said, "The listeners are the ones who should take the credit for raising the money for Coats for Kids. Without them, we would not have had a "All In" benefit. I didn't start the fire on Super Bowl Sunday but I thought it was important for the charity to get back on its feet before the fall campaign kicks off".
Photos by Ray Davis / WTAM-iHeartMedia