Rock ‘n’ Restock to Benefit Alexandra House

Minneapolis, MN (9/4/2015) – Rock ’n’ Restock joins Alexandra House in Minneapolis for a night of music and giving! Special guest performances by Colin Huntley, and Tina & the B-Sides.  Rock ‘n’ Restock, an event hosted by Pure Gold Realty and CIO Chad Goldwasser, that brings together friends and music to give back to local charities throughout the U.S, is excited to announce that they will be teaming up with the Alexandra House for this year’s Rock ‘n’ Restock event in Minneapolis on Thursday November 5th. The event will begin at 6:30 at Cabooze with special guest performances by Colin Huntley, and Tina & the B-Sides.

Rock ‘n’ Restock is a community collaboration to RESTOCK the bank account of Alexandra House. Tickets are $25 dollars each and all proceeds from the concert will be donated to Alexandra House to help end domestic, sexual, and dating violence and abuse in later life. To purchase tickets visit Eventbrite.com and search Rock ‘n’ Restock Minneapolis.

WHAT:                Rock ’n’ Restock Minneapolis
WHEN:                Thursday, November 5th, 2015, 6:30 pm – 11:59 pm
WHERE:              Cabooze: 917 Cedar Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404
HOW:                   Purchase tickets for $25 on Eventbrite

**Editor’s Note:  For high-resolution images or video of last year’s event, please contact Zac Kellogg at zac@chadgoldwasserrealty.com. **

Pure Gold Realty
Our mission at Pure Gold Realty is to positively impact the lives of everyone we touch – our clients, our agents, our team members, our community and everyone we influence and come in contact with. We do this by focusing on maintaining the most positive mindset and attitude which carries over into more closed sales, smoother transactions and satisfied clients. By focusing on our core values of Personal Growth, Leadership, World-class Service, Teamwork and having Fun, we are able to deliver outstanding results for our clients.

Alexandra House assists individuals and families impacted by domestic, sexual, and dating violence and those experiencing abuse in later life through a continuum of free-of-charge services from emergency shelter and crisis intervention, to legal advocacy and long term housing assistance, to youth prevention and intervention services that are designed to help victims regain hope for a better future.

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