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Robb Report Unveils Its US $5 Million Rolls-Royce

Robb Report recently unveiled the US $5 million one-of-a-kind Rolls-Royce 100EX convertible at the Black & White Charity Dinner Gala in Santa Monica. Bill Curtis of Robb Report and James Selwa, president of Rolls Royce of North America, hosted the "Best of the Best," which brought out luminaries such as The Tonight Show host Jay Leno (he was the emcee,) Rocky's Sylvester Stallone and his lovely wife Jennifer Flavin, Entertainment Tonight's Mary Hart, actor James Caan (Godfather, NBC's Las Vegas) and his wife, Linda, Home Improvement's Tim Allen, Baywatch's Traci Bingham, singer Eric Benet, attorney from the Scott Peterson trial Gloria Allred, comedian Ernie Banks, TV and film car designer George Barris, PR guru Edward Lozzi and actor Rob Morrow. Car buff Jay Leno happily posed in front of his US $450,000 customized, limited edition Mercedes-Benz SRL. Race car brand McLaren teamed up with Mercedes-Benz to present this sleek wonder with wing-like doors.

"Best of the Best" Los Angeles brought the luxury lifestyle to life at Santa Monica's Hangar 8. Private jets, fully staffed jetliners from Air Royale International, were lined up for the rich and famous to explore future travel plans. There were elaborate displays from Exclusive Resorts, Stratus Rewards, California Coast Charters, The Mansion MGM, and Luxuriator providing a first-hand look at the world's most exceptional products and services. Gregg Ruth and Martin Katz's one-of-a-kind jewelry designs brought sparkle to the evening. To add to the evening's excitement, the famous Fred Segal was one of the highest bidders at US $350,000 for one of the auctioned Rolls-Royce Phantoms. The event raised over US $700,000 in proceeds for The Children's Lifesaving Foundation, which has provided crucial services to families in the Los Angeles community. Note to the Robb Report: POWER Editor-in-Chief, Loraine Colonello, applauds your magnificent effort on a first-class event.

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