Our friends at Give Forward, an organization that provides free personal fundraising pages, have challenged us to the competition of a lifetime in the only arena that could hold us. Our interns will face off to their interns in a burrito eating battle: The 1st Annual Intern Chipotle Chow-down Challenge.
Ethan Austin (our IA banana man) and Jonny Imerman (just call him the Charlie for our angels in this battle) will put it on the line, bringing 3 interns each for a 45 minute eat down. Word has it that Ethan may commit to sporting the banana suit for a week if he (when he) admits defeat. Stay tuned for more details! Read their side of the battle for fair representation!
Detroit’s Comedy All-Stars Brett Kline, Nate Fridson, Ben Konstantin and Jeff Dwoskin are coming together to bring you a stellar night of comedy!
We are happy to announce “Big Al” from WOMC’s Dick Purtan and Purtan’s People show will be our celebrity MC!!!
Proceeds benefit IA!
When? Tuesday, June 29, 2010 @ 8pm
Where? Joey’s Livonia (www.kickerscomplex.com)
How Much? $15/ticket
25% off meal @ Kicker’s before the show with reservations
1/2 off pizza during the show.
Advance Sales – How to get your tixs:
We are doing advance ticket sales – email email@example.com with the amount of tickets you would like to reserve. You will receive an email back with an address to send your check and you will be mailed tickets for the event!
Enjoy an evening benefitting IA in my hometown!
I found a website that sells scandalous tshirts about cancer! “Remember to squeeze your tomatos“, “I’ve got cancer by the balls” and even shirts to show support for your friends.
Did you pin cancer to the mat? There are shirts that say that too!
IA believes that it is okay to talk about cancer. How we see it: there is a huge network of cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers all over the country- many of whom are our staff, volunteers and friends- who can share and support each other in the fight and life after cancer. Want to tell cancer just how you feel? Maybe there is a shirt here to do the trick! (Warning: some contain offensive language).
Read about The YES Liver Cancer Symposium on the First Descents blog!