Join us in supporting the Children's Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation.

I'm pround to announce that Proven Winners ColorChoice has teamed up with 720 WGN-The Voice of the Cubs and Chicago Cub Alfonso Soriano to raise awareness and find a cure for this disease.
Proven Winners ColorChoice is making a $5000.00 donation and is sponsoring the CNCF Grand Slam Gala on Saturday June 20th, after the Cubs-Indians game at the Cubby Bear Restaurant in Wrigleyville. Join us at the Grand Slam Gala, as some of the biggest names in Chicago sports are committed to making the 2009 CNCF Grand Slam Gala a memorable and meaningful annual event. Be part of the team that brings hope "home" to the children and families of neuroblastoma.


  1. Anonymous12:15 AM

    Sounds like a great cause. Best of luck.

  2. It is a great cause. We are hoping that we get a lot of participation from Cubs fans either to attend the event or to support CNCF directly.

  3. Anonymous5:36 PM

    Tim, Thank you for supporting CNCF. My grandson, Garrett was recently diagonsed with neuroblastoma and can really use all the love and kindness groups like Proven Winners ColorChoice can give. I am a fan of Proven Winners and now I will smile everytime I purchase a plant from them now! Wish I could attend, but I will be cheering from home!

    GiGi2Garrett from California!

  4. Anonymous2:11 PM

    Thank you for sponsoring this tremendous event and for making this cause your cause. We need to raise awareness and funds to help cure neuroblastma.

  5. Hi,
    The Grand Slam Gala has a new date and location! Join us on September 12 at John Barleycorn's on Clark from 4 to 7 pm! Kids over 12 can attend as well, for a discounted donation. Please come out and support the Children's Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation and meet members of the Cubs and WGN Radio team!


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