Jenny McCarthy hosted the 1st annual “Saturday Night Spectacular” Celebrity golf tournament and VIP party on Saturday, October 18th, 2014 benefiting Generation Rescue for Autism.

The star studded extravaganza featured Hollywood Celebrity guests including Donnie Wahlberg, Kevin Sorbo, Ashley Greene, John O’Hurley, Corey Feldman, Gary Valentine, Debbie Dunning, Kato Kaelin, Josh Henderson, Sam Hennings, Bruce Thomas, Kevin Farley, Marcus Grodd, Rocket Ismail, Charles Haley, Darren Woodson, Tony Dorsett, Eric Dickerson, Ken Stills Sr. and numerous others.

The golf tournament was played at the world renowned Dallas Cowboys Golf Club, a tribute to the five-time world champion football team which integrates a historic tour of the Dallas Cowboys’ storied NFL history. The red carpet VIP party was held at ultra sleek Sixty Five Hundred, which has the balance of modern touches with raw materials that create the rustic modernity that is the perfect combination.

“We are so excited to bring this event to Dallas to raise awareness for autism and much needed funding to provide support services to families in need. We are very grateful to the many sponsors, celebrities and supporters who have made this event possible,” said Candace McDonald, Executive Director of Generation Rescue.

The “Saturday Night Spectacular” event was sponsored by: The Joule Hotel, Bob’s Steak & Chop House, The Dallas Cowboys, Nobu, JR Ewing Private Reserve, Monster Energy Drink, FD, Guide Live, CBS Radio, Barleans and Oxyhealth.

For more information visit www.saturdaynightspectacular.com.

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