2010 Chrysler 300 Haiti edition

Chrysler has come up with a special edition vehicle that will be auction off in order to help the American Red Cross Haiti relief efforts. The unique Chrysler 300 car has was signed by hundreds of Hollywood celebrities during the "Golden Globe Awards," an event that honors the best in film and television, and was held on January 17 in Beverly Hills, California.

Olivier Francois, President and Chief Executive Officer – Chrysler brand, said: "Hundreds of celebrity signatures now grace the exterior of the Chrysler 300 Haiti edition thanks to the actors and actresses attending a recent red carpet event and we are hopeful the car will raise a significant amount of money at auction, which will be given to the American Red Cross for their Haiti relief efforts."

Adorned with the autographs of the entertainment industry’s best and brightest, the benevolent Chrysler 300 will be auctioned off on Saturday, February 20 at 2 P.M.

Check out the press release after the jump for more details.

Press release

Since January 12th more than 100,000 people in Haiti have lost their lives due to the earthquake and many others remain injured and homeless. The need for aid is overwhelming. Stars For A Cause (501.C 3), in collaboration with the Chrysler Brand, is handing over the keys of a Chrysler 300 Chrysler 300 “Haiti” for auction with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the American Red Cross Haiti relief efforts.

Chrysler 300 Haiti edition

“It is our social responsibility to assist in any way we can to help contribute to the relief efforts,” said Olivier Francois, President and Chief Executive Officer – Chrysler brand, Chrysler Group LLC. “Hundreds of celebrity signatures now grace the exterior of the Chrysler 300 Haiti edition thanks to the actors and actresses attending a recent red carpet event and we are hopeful the car will raise a significant amount of money at auction, which will be given to the American Red Cross for their Haiti relief efforts.”

Stars for a Cause chose Leake Car Auction in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to auction this one-of-a-kind vehicle. The auction will take place on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 2 p.m.

Chrysler 300 Haiti edition

“We have chosen this auction company for its experience in charity auctions, its honorable reputation, low key and humble image and its location in the heart of the country as symbolic gesture,” said George Braunstein, Founder, Stars for a Cause.

Stars for a Cause will continue its efforts in collaboration with Leake Car Auction and others to promote this auction and to steer the public’s interest to help generate the highest bid possible to benefit the American Red Cross Haitian Relief Efforts.


3 comments:

Chrysler brand its name popularity has big demand to the celebrity signatures
it usually use for the red carpet events,the interior design represents the honorable reputation.

The 300C is priced one class down and sized one class up compared to other great cars in the 40k range. For someone who wants a big sedan, V8 and RWD for a reasonable price, there are few that come close.

It’s great to know that companies like Chrysler are willing to extend a helping hand to those in need. I do hope that the signature are not printed with permanent ink or paint even though it’s great to have a car with a hundred celebrity’s signature in it.

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