"You can help a great nonprofit cause, and have a chance for these untouchable tickets. It's a great thing that Jeff Thomas did," said Brian Cody, disc jockey for the radio station.
Thomas, who also donated the Gun Club Road building that is the Caregivers headquarters, said he is glad he did not give away the tickets, which he calls "gold."
Executive Director of Caregivers Diane Cameron said Thomas has been invaluable to the group.
"Jeff is a perfect example of someone who takes their success and gives back to the community. This has been such a fun event and has been so exciting. We will certainly put the funds to good use," said Cameron.
Community Caregivers offers many levels of assistance to those is need, from helping a family pay utilities to providing transportation to seniors or single mothers. To learn more, go to the Web site at www.communitycaregivers.com. ""