• By Gigi Nichols

Detroit Crime Commission “Love” Tennis Day

The Wessen Lawn Tennis Club in Pontiac provided the perfect venue for the 4th Annual Detroit Crime Commission “Love” Tennis Day. Over 100 players competed in men’s and women’s doubles as well as mixed doubles. Participants also enjoyed lunch, silent auction, raffle and a wine tasting from Scout and Cellar. All funds raised from the event will benefit the Detroit Crime Commission’s Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative and the Detroit Crime Commission’s Witness Protection SafeGuard Program. Just over $20,000 was raised.

If you would like your future event considered for coverage, you can email Nichols at GigiNichols@DowntownPublications.com or if you need to speak with her, phone 248.515.6105.

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