BRET MICHAELS meets 2 long-time fans at Barrett-Jackson gala
January 16, 2014 / 438 reads / No comments yet
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Bret Michaels was home for a few short hours to take part in a charity concert on Monday night.
He stopped by the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction to perform at the opening night gala.
Before his appearance, he met two special fans.
Glen Schallman is 54-years-old and was born with a rare brain condition--a tumor that is inoperable.
He has three therapy cats he received through PetSmart's charity foundation that help wake him up and alert him to seizures.
Bret also met Kirk, a diabetic man from Canada.
His dream was to attend the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction and meet Bret, who has also been living with diabetes for more than 40 years
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