Bachelorette contestant, Craig Robinson Steps out of the Fray to Lend His Support to the MS Society

Last night Philly’s latest Bachelorette contestant, Craig Robinson lent his million dollar smile and time to the Pat Croce Multiple Sclerosis charity fundraiser at Del Frisco’s steak house
Craig Robinson and Alexa Lustig, no doubt discussing the spelling of Alexa’s last name and how a lot of people probably add an “n” and think it’s lusting. Or maybe they’re discussing his write up on Perez Hilton about the Bachelor Pad sexual harassment. He’s ready to leave that in the dust behind him he’s ready to move on with his life. Maybe even settle down for real, he’s looking better than ever and ready to lend his name for a worthy cause.
Approximately 400,000 Americans acknowledge having Multiple Sclerosis, and every week 200 people are diagnosed worldwide. Most people diagnosed with MS are between the ages of 20 and 50 while women are two-three times more likely than men to get the disease.Hosts Lynsie and Evan Solomon with Lynsie’s parents Mr and Mrs Feinberg.Jimmy Contreras, PhillyStreetStyle (co-sponsor of tonight’s event) and Julianne Glatz. Julianne currently lives with her beau in Chicago, but returned last week to attend the Philly Style Magazine party. Friday she heads to Connecticut to visit friends before heading back west.
Linda Huss and Jim Werner stopped by to lend their support.
Amy Brazina, Abby Karasick and Meghan Grady. They might stop by Opa restaurant for PhillyChitChat’s 4th Anniversary Party Thursday night. Just RSVP on the 2nd page of Noel Zayas Events.
Kathy Walsh and Michelle Boyles, SouthPhilly Fashionista
Jenny Perkins and Diana Lipschutz

Kristina McGraw, National MS Society , Evan Solomon, nominee of the National MS Society 2011 Leadership Class and Craig Robinson greet the guests then pull tickets for the raffle of several terrific prizes including a basket of Neuro Water, and a dinner gift certificate to Del Frisco’s