Sept 15 will rock: HUGE benefit for A.R.M.S. - show and ticket info
Mark your calendar: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th:
Benefit for American Recreational Military Services
7 Days Bar
910 Union Ave, Union Beach, NJ, 732-203-9700
Christine Martucci Band (11pm) (recently headlined the Starland Ballroom, and soon headlining Stone Pony, and herself a veteran!)
Jon Caspi Band (10pm)
maybe pete (9pm) (recently headlined Stone Pony!)
Anthony Manno (8pm)
Regarding Jones (7:15pm)
and a special appearance by Justin Kahn of TV's "I Wanna Be A Soap Star" and more!
ALL AGES welcome until midnight, Doors open at 7pm. Come early and enjoy a meal at 7 Days!
TICKETS: $10 adv/ $12 at door. Tickets will be available from a few locations, including from ARMS and from the bands. Tickets can also be ordered directly from Jon via his myspace site, to get them mailed to you. Tickets also available at Espresso Joe's in Keyport beginning on Wed Sept 5th.
Prizes! Raffles! So far, donations and prizes have been given by Chili"s, All Season's Diner, BJ's Wholesale Club, Tuzzio's, The Clever Hen, Fat Kat Tattoo, Harley Davidson of Ocean County, a psychic, Upstage Magazine, and many more TBA! If you would like to donate something, please contact Jen, event coordinator, at email@example.com.
Help spread the word! If you would like to help spread the word by posting a very cool flyer on your site (designed and donated by Steve McMillion!), or in a shop window, you can lift them off Jon's myspace site (by right-clicking, and selecting save image) or you can email Jon and he will forward you the poster/flyer. **Also, please post this event on message boards, bulletin boards, etc. All help is appreciated!
About the event and A.R.M.S.
It doesn't matter if you are for or against the Iraq war, this NON-PARTISAN benefit is for the troops and their families, who have been deeply impacted by it.
The lives of families with deployed soldiers have been significantly changed by the war. Many are living without their primary wage earner and are in need of support services. Some of the great things A.R.M.S. has done includes direct financial aid and food to families, collecting holiday presents for children of mobilized soldiers, distributing pre-paid calling cards so soldiers can call home, providing meals to troops, raising money so that soldiers can come home for the holidays prior to deployment, and advocating for legislation on behalf of the troops and military families, (such as a currently proposed bill that will allow immediate family members of military troops engaged in combat, free mailing while that military member is in a combat zone). For more on A.R.M.S. visit http://www.supportarms.org.