Butzel Long sponsors a Tiger as part of the Children's Charities Coalition

Wednesday, June 13, 2007
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June 13, 2007

Butzel Long sponsors a Tiger as part of the Children's Charities Coalition "TigerTown"

DETROIT, Mich. – In support of the Children's Charities Coalition, Butzel Long is sponsoring a Tiger as part of the group’s “TigerTown” fundraiser. Butzel Long’s Tiger is decorated with a Buddha theme and is nicknamed “Bu Bu.” Butzel Long chose a Buddha theme in celebration of the firm’s growing China practice and its China Alliance. The Butzel Long Tiger is on display at the northwest corner of Merrill and Old Woodward. TigerTown features 81 fiberglass tiger sculptures displayed throughout Birmingham, Bloomfield and the metro Detroit area. An auction will take place on June 28, 2007 at The Community House. Proceeds from TigerTown will benefit the outreach programs of the members of the Children’s Charities Coalition including the Child Abuse and Neglect Council of Oakland County, The Community House, Orchards Children’s Services and Variety, the Children’s Charity.

The TigerTown mission is to contribute to the vitality of the greater Detroit metropolitan area through supporting regional public art and culture, and to raise needed funds for the outreach activities of the four member charities.

Butzel Long was established in 1854 and is headquartered in Detroit. Butzel Long is one of Michigan's oldest and largest law firms, with 225 attorneys and offices in Detroit, Bloomfield Hills, Lansing, Ann Arbor, and Holland, Mich., New York City, Washington, D.C., Boca Raton and Palm Beach, Fla., as well as Alliance offices in Beijing and Shanghai, China. The firm represents clients from diverse industries on a regional, national and multi-national level and is the sole Michigan member of Lex Mundi, a global association of 161 independent law firms. Visit the Butzel Long website at www.butzel.com. * * * * * Media Contact: Maribeth Farkas at Caponigro Public Relations Inc., (248) 355-3200.
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