Neiman Marcus said the "fantasy gifts" listed in the 2011 Christmas Book, including the $395,000 car, a $250,000 Hacker-Craft speedboat and a $125,000 pair of "dancing fountains," will be sold to benefit charities including Water.org, the Double H Ranch, Stone Barns Center, First Book, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, amfAR and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
"The annual holiday tradition continues this year with a new selection of fantasy gifts that cater to people's wildest dreams and promise to provide truly unique, once-in-a-lifetime experiences," said John Koryl, president of Neiman Marcus Direct. "This year's gifts live up to the time honored tradition of presenting our customers with the rare and unusual, while also incorporating connections to a group of wonderful charitable organizations that will see a tremendous benefit from the sale of their corresponding fantasy gifts."
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