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Jacqueline Laurita - The Real Housewives of New Jersey, to play in Ante4autism event

The charities this year are: The Paula and Anthony Rich Center for Autism at Youngstown State University, Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities at the Touro University Nevada ... the event : Karina Jett - Real Estate Mogul & Professional ...

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Press Release, January 15, 2018 This press release is submitted and shown here in its original form, unedited by Furniture Today. Las Vegas, January 14 th , 2018 : Jacqueline Laurita commits to play in the 10 th Annual Ante4autism event, presented by Leggett & Platt, along with husband Chris Laurita! “Jacqueline and Chris played last year and made a big impression on the players and attendees,” stated Co-Host and Founder Doug Krinsky“She is an avid supporter of the Autism cause and great advocate for our families", Krinsky went on to say“We welcome Jacqueline back to her hometown of Las Vegas with husband Chris, and want her fans to know she wants all of you to come out and support the event by playing in the tournament to benefit the Autism charities,” said Founder Doug KrinskyJacqueline will also make herself available to the press prior to the event for interviewsAll requests for interviews should be made by contacting Founder Doug Krinsky. if(typeof(googletag) != 'undefined') {

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