Chrysler Sells C for Haiti

As we reported last month, Chrysler Brand’s president and CEO Olivier Francois parked his personal 300C in L.A. with hopes that there would be graffiti plastered all over it. . . Well, that’s not entirely the case, but he did put it outside the 67th Golden Globes with a Sharpie or something so that the Denizens of the Red Carpet—a.k.a., “stars”—could autograph it with the hopes of driving up its value, as it would be auctioned with the proceeds going to the American Red Cross Haiti earthquake relief.

As we reported last month, Chrysler Brand’s president and CEO Olivier Francois parked his personal 300C in L.A. with hopes that there would be graffiti plastered all over it. . . Well, that’s not entirely the case, but o he did put it outside the 67th Golden Globes with a Sharpie or something so that the Denizens of the Red Carpet—a.k.a., “stars”—could autograph it with the hopes of driving up its value, as it would be auctioned with the proceeds going to the American Red Cross Haiti earthquake relief.

The car was sold at auction yesterday in Oklahoma. It raised $100,000 for relief. It wasn’t as much as had been originally hoped. . .but let’s face it: Hollywood isn’t what it used to be, either.