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GuitarMania Raises Over $200,000 for United Way of Cleveland and the Rock and Roll HOF

Recently, more than 50 hand-painted Fender Stratocasters were auctioned off at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the United Way of Greater Cleveland.

Oh, and the guitars were all 10-feet tall.

As part of GuitarMania, the fundraiser has been a popular charitable endeavor for the United Way of Greater Cleveland and the big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona.

The October event in Ohio raised $230,000 for the United Way chapter and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame education programs.

The guitars were painted by international, national and local artists in a variety of artistic mediums, including the one at the right done by Def Leppard’s Phil Collen. The auction drew more than 200 people to the popular venue and featured spokespersons from Fender, Key Bank, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and the United Way of Greater Cleveland.

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