Double Down for Homeward Bound is May 13 at Scottsdale Airport

Carla and Patrick Kroneberger. (Submitted photo)

Carla and Patrick Kroneberger. (Submitted photo)

The third-annual Double Down for Homeward Bound event is 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 13 at the Scottsdale Airport in an airplane hangar through Signature Flight Support near Scottsdale Road and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard.

Guests will enjoy an open bar, dinner, dancing, silent and live auction, and live music as professional dealers staff tables featuring Blackjack, Texas Hold’em, Roulette, Craps and other casino games, according to a press release.

Tickets for the fundraiser are $150 each. Admission includes open bar access, dinner, and gaming voucher for the casino tables.

Homeward Bound helps more than 150 families a year who are facing homelessness, and are looking to make a change and break the cycle of poverty, the release states.
Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundations is the leading sponsor for this year with Patrick and Carla Kroneberger co-chairing the event.

“It is important to us at Larry H. Miller Dealerships to support causes that are important to our community. We’re pleased to be involved with Homeward Bound and contribute towards their mission to serve the needs of homeless families in the Valley,” said Pat Kroneberger, senior vice president, Larry H. Miller Dealerships, in a prepared statement.

“Our company was founded on the values of integrity, hard work, stewardship and service, and we hope our support of Homeward Bound helps to enrich lives in our community.”

Tickets are available for purchase at or 602-374-8752.

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