ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL (November 11, 2013) -- On Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Arlington Toyota--Scion's beautiful showroom in Palatine was the site of a food festival like no other -- the 5th annual Clearbrook Around The World Food Tasting presented by Meijer. Over 300 guests enjoyed delicious delicacies from 20 of the area's best restaurants, all to benefit the 6,000 children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities supported by Clearbrook. With a ticket price of only $35 per person, it's the best meal deal in town!
Local restaurants and sponsors included: Allgauer's On The Riverfront, Arlington Rental, Arlington Toyota-Scion, Bakers Square, Bonefish Grill, Brazil Express Churrasco Grill, Cookie Cards, Inc., Cookies By Joey, d'Vine Wine & Gifts, EggShells, Joe's Crab Shack, Lou Malnati's, Mago, Meijer, Pear Tree Catering, Philly G's, Pinstripes, Pure Juice Café, Rack House Kitchen & Tavern, RAM Restaurant & Brewery, Seasons 52, Something's Cooking Catering, and Vittorio De Roma.
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Additional event highlights included a chance to win a Cancun vacation, chances to win exciting prizes from the "Pick A Card" game, and the "Minute To Win It" game, as well as a silent auction.
For more information about this event and other Clearbrook events, please contact Sarah Shaw at 847.385.5009 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Based in Northern Illinois, Clearbrook was founded in 1955 and has since evolved into a recognized leader in the field of developmental disabilities. Today, Clearbrook creates innovative opportunities for approximately 6,000 children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities including autism, Down syndrome, and cerebral palsy - as well as their families. Clearbrook provides personalized children's, day training, employment, residential and clinical services at more than 50 locations throughout the Chicagoland-area. In addition, Clearbrook is the largest provider of in-home services in the state of Illinois. For more information, please visit clearbrook.org.