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Lindt & Sprungli and Autism Speaks Celebrate Partnership to Kick-Off Autism Awareness Month
Date:4/1/2009

ly, Charles was instrumental in achieving an impressive next step for the Aurora School, having secured a lease for the new Paxton Learning Center which is set to open in 2009.

At today's event, each Hero was awarded $5,000 toward their efforts in support of the cause. They will also be featured in the June issue of Cookie with a personal highlight on their story.

Additionally, Lindt unveiled a grand-scale, 12-foot Lindt Gold Bunny statue at the event. The statue, designed by Richard Cassidy, a graduate of Manhattan's College of Engineering, with the help of Mario DePalma, Dan Hochstein and his father Jim Cassidy, is made using an intricate silhouette filled with nearly 1,000 premium chocolate Lindt Gold Bunnies. During the event, "Lindt's Unsung Heroes of Autism," joined by representatives from Lindt and Autism Speaks, ceremoniously completed the statue by placing the last Lindt Gold Bunny pieces on the structure. The statue is located in the Grand Courtyard of the New York Palace Hotel and will be on display through Easter Sunday, April 12.

For more information on the New York Palace Hotel, please visit www.NewYorkPalace.com. For more information on "Lindt's Unsung Heroes of Autism" program or Autism Speaks and Autism Awareness Month, please visit www.LindtGoldBunny.com or www.AutismSpeaks.org.

About Lindt

Founded in 1845, Lindt & Sprungli is a global leader in the premium chocolate category, offering high-quality products in more than 80 countries. Lindt & Sprungli operates eight production facilities in Europe and the United States and employs 6,300 worldwide. Lindt USA operates more than 80 retail stores throughout the country
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