St. Louis Magazine held its Fall Fever Fashion Show, Sat., Oct. 6, as 800 people gathered in the Aero Charter Aircraft Hangar at Spirit of St. Louis Airport in Chesterfield, Mo., to view fashions from Nordstrom's fall collection. Autism Speaks was one of the beneficiaries of the sold-out event and was featured prominently throughout the evening. Leslie Tunney, publisher of St. Louis Magazine, highlighted Autism Speaks's mission and the October 13 St. Louis Walk Now for Autism during her remarks, and
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puzzle piece pins were included in gift bags at the event. In addition, the Fashion Designer ad from Autism Speaks' Ad Council campaign was featured in the event program.
Autism Speaks hosted a table for corporate sponsors and local volunteers and Autism Speaks volunteers Tricia Little, Tracy Hemmer, Tanya Craft and Patt Kopp staffed the event's silent auction area. Autism Speaks volunteer Ellen Hager and Greater Missouri Walk Director Rebecca Fehlig served on the Fall Fever Fashion Show event committee.
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