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Hey Everyone,

It’s Garage Sale Season and I’m cleaning house! It’s time to cut the storage unit bill and get rid of my collection of crap! Well, not all crap, there’s actually an array of collectible items, memorabilia, artwork, furniture, and odd and ends that I’ve collected over my 40 years in radio. Every time I got fired I just sent everything in my office over to these storage containers that will be put up for sale at the STEVE DAHL GARAGE SALE at River’s Casino on Saturday, July 14th!

It’ll be a big block party to also celebrate Rivers’ 7th Anniversary! Dag’s band, Expo 76 will be playing from 12-2pm, we’ll give away tickets, cash and play Storage War games to own a piece of my history. The store will be open to all from 10:30am-4pm. Want to get in on the VIP First Look at 10AM? Click here to enter!

ALL proceeds will be donated to BEDS PLUS, a charity very close to Janet and me, which help the homeless with housing and supportive services in west suburban Cook County.

Plan on stopping by for a bite to eat from one of the food trucks, and a cold beer from Miller Lite while you sift through all of my personal items including my Hawaiian shirt collection, and my entire vinyl collection. We’ll also be recreating some classics for you to get your hands on, like a custom DISCO SUCKS shirt, Classic black Loop T, or a Steve Dahl coffee mug.

It’s all for a great cause... cutting my storage bill!! Just kidding! Come on, we’re helping the homeless here.

Thanks,
Steve Dahl

Details

When: Saturday, July 14th, 2018

Time: 10am – 4pm

Where: Rivers Casino in Des Plaines (North lot)
21+
Entry is free

Schedule

10am – 12pm: Home Sweet Home Chicago LIVE Broadcast with David Hochberg

10am: First Look

10:30am: Store opens to general public

12 – 2pm: Dag’s band Expo 76

4pm: Store closes

Venue

Charity

Beds Plus: Our mission is to help vulnerable individuals stabilize their lives through housing and supportive services.

Since 1988, BEDS PLUS has given the homeless a safe place to sleep, hot homemade meals, professional counseling, and the job services they need to become self-sufficient.

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