Porsche meets Art and Charity
Spring Street Studios was the perfect backdrop to host this year’s TejasTreffen. With dozens of beautiful Porsche’s lined up inside, outside and in front of the studio, there was plenty for the 1,200 attendees to look at.
This was an event that had something for everyone, in addition to the gorgeous automobiles on display, plenty of art was also available to be viewed. The studios were opened, and the artists were found inside either working on pieces and mixing and mingling with guests.
Porsche lovers could rest easy that night knowing that their love for the car also resulted in doing some good. The event benefited the Snowdrop Foundation, which helps support survivors of childhood cancer continue their education. The Snowdrop Foundation also supports research to cure childhood cancer.
Five vintage Porsche hood that had been painted by local artists were auctioned in a live auction, and collectively raised over twenty thousand dollars in funding for Snowdrop.
Kevin Kline, Co-founder of the Snowdrop Foundation stated that “they are so honored to benefit from TejasTreffen. The proceeds raised will help Snowdrop Foundation fulfill our mission and hopefully get us to a cure for childhood cancer faster than a 911 Turbo S.”
Input by Natasha Naik
Photographers Mike Charlton & Tony Gonzalez