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Charity Event Raises Almost $1 Million

New York —Samsung’s fifth annual Four Season of Hope charity event last night raised almost $1 million for children and families in need and drew almost 750 industry and celebrity guests to a big tent outside New York City’s Tavern on the Green restaurant, where country-western duo Faith Hill and Tim McGraw performed to raise money for their charitable foundation.

During the event, Samsung welcomed former NFL quarterback Dan Marino and his foundation, which benefits autistic children, into the Four Seasons of Hope program, which raises money for charity through sales promotions and sweepstakes in cooperation with Best Buy, Circuit City, and CompUSA. To date, the program has raised more than $7 million for charities promoted by such celebrities as New York Yankee manager Joe Torre, Arnold Palmer, Magic Johnson, Boomer Esiason, rocker Jon Bon Jovi, Rudy Giuliani, and Wayne Gretzky.