Last night was like totally awesome!! The Guardsmen held a totally 80's Prom night in the Julia Morgan Ballroom in San Francisco. The fundraiser was to help raise money to send at risk youth to camp. So many people showed up for this rad event...like totally gag me with a spoon. We saw people dressed up as Rodney Dangerfield from Caddy Shack, Magnum P.I., Teenwolf, Crocket and Tubbs from Miami Vice, Madonna, and of course Marty McFly! Lovefool, the Bay Area's awesome 80's band was also there singing the night away! Great event and thanks for allowing us to be a part of it as The Guardsmen do a lot of charity work in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Last night we were honored to be part of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra's showing of Back to the Future. This showing was of the movie and was accompanied by a live performance with the symphony. Doc Browns DeLorean Time Machine was parked at the entrance to this magnificent facility. At several points in the evening we had a line that stretched half a city block for people waiting to take a picture with our 1985 Doc Brown Series Time Machine. We were very surprised by the many fans located in the Bay Area and found out that over 2500 people attended last nights performance. Some fans even drove into San Francisco who were not attending the show until today just to get a picture with the Time Machine! We love our fans, you are the best.
One of the highlights of the evening was when Alan Silvestri, Musical Composer and Conductor who did the music for all three Back to the Future movies, came out and took some pictures with the car. Mr. Silvestri is an upstanding guy and very down to earth. It was an honor to be able to have him take photos with us.
We would like to thank the Laguna Shores neighborhood in San Luis Obispo for inviting us out to attend a special Back to the Future screening. At this event we helped raised money for the KSBY Season of Hope campaign. Every dollar counts and we were successful in raising some good money for the cause tonight. Of course we got to watch a great movie as well. Of course there was some sort of time paradox happening as we were watching a time machine movie....well....from the Delorean Time Machine.
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