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Seven Car Pile Up Gives Back

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Seven Car Pile Up Gives Back


We dropped by Clyde's in Chevy Chase Friday night for a benefit concert featuring local band Seven Car Pile Up (with Cresa managing principal Rich Rhodes, right, on keys).All proceeds were donated to the Montgomery Housing Partnership, which preserves and expands affordable housing in the county. Here's Rich belting out lead vocals on the Gerry Rafferty classic "Baker Street."


Also snapped: Cresa managing principal Gene Sachs, MHP prez Robert Goldman, Cresa's Regina Jiron and Chris Finley, MHP's Devon Seybert, and Cresa's Carly Anderson. We're told the event raised over $10,000 for MHP.