Rancho Santa Fe Motor Club to host black-tie boxing benefit


Charles C. Butler, owner of Rancho Santa Fe Motor Club & Storage, will host a “Black Tie Brawl” fundraising event from 6:30-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at the private social club at 3270 Corporate View Drive in Vista.

The event will benefit the My Life My Power Foundation and the Dear Jack Foundation. The event will feature four bouts of Olympic-style boxing matches, complete with master of ceremonies and ring announcers, accompanied by a champagne reception, gourmet chef buffet, sommelier wine and spirits bar, and live DJ entertainment amid a high security compound showcasing rare and unique classic automobiles.

VIP tickets are available for $250 per person including ringside tables of 10 for $2,500, with additional “Fight Club” tickets available for $200. To buy tickets, visit

“We have an incredible array of support for this unique event, including our primary sponsor, Kingstone Capital Partners,” remarks RSFMC&S owner Charles C. Butler. “Event guests will have the opportunity to watch the boxers warm up with classic cars on display in our showroom while sampling food from an artisan dinner buffet and a variety of select beverage vendors. We’re particularly grateful to event creator Eden Algie of Kingstone Capital Partners and Gabe Scarpelli from World Combat Series for securing sanctioning from U.S. Boxing.

“Cloud 10 Creamery of Houston, Texas, who is also supporting this event, will provide a special guest delicacy. We’re looking forward to raising funds for two charitable causes, during which we’ll provide a unique event experience for our guests. ”

My Life My Power is a national 501(c)3 anti-bullying and youth development nonprofit, founded in 2010 by undefeated mixed martial arts fighter and WWE’s Tough Enough Champion Daniel Puder. The Dear Jack Foundation advocates for and supports initiatives that directly benefit adolescents and young adults diagnosed with cancer. The foundation supports organizations that recognize the unique challenges that community faces, during and while undergoing post-treatment. For information on the event beneficiaries, visit