FALLBROOK — Eric and Carly Particelli, owners of Eric’s Precision Autoworks, have contributed $1,000 to the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary to help pay production costs of the magic show fundraiser that will be held on Sunday, November 1, at 7 p.m. at the Bob Burton Theater at Fallbrook High School.
“Carly, the kids and I love animals,” Eric said. “This magic show is an exciting way to help the sanctuary raise money to save more pets. We’re proud to be a part of it.”
He said his girls, Blair, 10, and Hailey, 6, are excited to get front-row seats, too. In addition to the four seats the family gets for their sponsorship, the business will also award four front-row seats to their customers in a drawing.
“Anyone who brings in their vehicle for any service totaling $100 or more between now and October 23 is eligible to win tickets,” Eric said.
Customers simply put their name and phone number on a card and deposit it into the Magic Show box in the lobby. Two names will be drawn to receive two tickets each on Saturday, October 24.
“We want our customers to have as much fun as we will and be able to see the show up-close and personal,” said Eric.
Sanctuary founder Janet Lucore announced that the donation increases the possibility for adding a 4 p.m. show.
“Eric has a good heart and has given a huge boost to this fundraiser,” she said. “With a few more sponsors, we’ll be able to make a lot more people happy with another show and be able to save more animals with increased ticket sales.”
General admission tickets ($15) are now essentially sold out for the 7 p.m. show. Reserved seats are available on rows up front for sponsors who donate $125 or more toward production costs.
Anyone donating $1,000 or more gets four front-row seats; if the donation is made by October 8, they get an additional four front-row seats to award to their customers in a drawing.
To become a sponsor or reserve seats for a 4 p.m. show, if one becomes available, call (760) 685-0012.