Crest Cadillac / Crest Infiniti’s Mike Brosin, a longtime supporter board member of Dallas CASA, is cooking up a new playhouse for Dallas CASA’s annual Parade of Playhouses. Called Bro’s Diner, the playhouse pays homage to Brosin’s love of cooking and his care and concern for the most vulnerable members of our community.
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) organizations train and supervise community volunteers to serve as advocates for children removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect in Dallas and surrounding counties. Dallas CASA’s Parade of Playhouses, which runs June 29 to July 15 at NorthPark Center, features 14 custom-designed and built playhouses donated by local businesses, builders and organizations and available to win by raffle at the end of the event. The event, a key awareness event for Dallas CASA, is presented by Crest Cadillac / Crest Infiniti.
This year’s house is Crest Cadillac / Crest Infiniti’s third for Dallas CASA. They’ve previously donated a Hobbit-inspired house and an automotive garage. “The house has been a labor of love,” said Brosin, whose wife Jana serves as a volunteer advocate. “While it’s been fun to make it a chef’s house honoring my love of cooking and entertaining and being with my family, what this house really represents is my wish that all kids could feel the same sense of love and security and fun at home that I’ve been blessed with.”