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5th Annual Wine, Women, & Shoes held to benefit Ronald McDonald House

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SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

The Wine, Women, and Shoes event in Savannah saw an incredible turnout Thursday night. 

Hundreds of people poured into the Hyatt Regency downtown. There was a fashion show, shopping, and more than 50 wines to taste. One hundred percent of the proceeds raised benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Savannah. This is the fifth year for the event, and organizers say it's huge every year. 

"This is our biggest event. It's our fifth year of doing Wine, Women, and Shoes. Last year, it raised over $160,000 for our little house here in Savannah. This is what we do to take care of the most critical cases in Savannah and the Coastal Empire," said Bill Sorochak, Executive Director, Ronald McDonald House. 

WTOC's Wright Gazaway and Cutter Martin competed to be the King of Sole. Both raised over $1,000 each for the Ronald McDonald House. 

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