There's more than one way to skin a cat -- or sell expensive charity show tickets. For the 2009 Detroit auto show charity preview gala -- a black tie event just before the public days at the auto show, in which tickets cost hundreds of dollars, fundraisers are hitting ticket buyers where it hurts. With their teenage daughters. Current teen dream sensation The Jonas Brothers will perform in a special concert on Jan. 18 -- two days after the preview. One concert ticket will be issued for each charity preview ticket purchased. "We couldn't be more pleased that an act as large as the Jonas Brothers have offered their support to Charity Preview," said Joe Serra, senior co-chair of the 2009 NAIAS. "Not only will attendees be supporting local children's charities in this time of dire need, but they will be able to provide the kids in their life with a ticket to the hottest concert in town. Thanks to our staff reporter in Detroit, Rhoda Miel, for tipping me off to this item.
Jonas Brothers save Detroit -- at least for a night
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