Righteous Brothers perform for a sold-out crowd organized with the help of Larry Bergman of NAI Bergman, Commercial Real Estate.
Cincinnati, Ohio – 11/04/2016 – Larry Bergman of NAI Bergman and Neal Schear of Schear & Schear, came together to help raise money for Starfire. Filling the School of Creative and Performing Arts campus theater, the Righteous Brothers rose to the occasion performing to a sold-out crowd. The event was a success raising more than $125,000 for the organization and will help Starfire continue its vision to help raise awareness in Cincinnati.
Starfire helps people with developmental disabilities connect to friends, neighbors and others in the community. Working with each person directly they are able to help increase a person’s quality of life and wellness by giving them the support needed. In the beginning of 2016 Starfire was faced with financial cuts which would limit their ability to support the community and the people involved with the organization. Larry Bergman and Neal Schear stepped up to raise awareness for Starfire’s vision and were very involved helping raise money for this important cause.
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