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Film Screening: Women of Dirt

11:28 AM PDT on March 21, 2010

Awesome Land: Women of Dirt Screening :: 3rd April 2010

6-7p VIP Cocktail Party
7-9p Film Screening

Honoring the 5 Most Influential Women in Southern California Cycling
Original Paintings by artist Philippe Guillerm to be sold, part of the proceeds go to your choice:
Bahati Foundation + SoCal Interscholastic Cycling League + LACBC + Mark J. Reynolds Fund

*Walk among the Stars on Hollywood Boulevard!
*Raffle Prizes
*Cycling Celebs
*Benefits Cycling Related Charities
*2 Bars
*After Party at Cinespace and...
*Hotels close by, W and Marriott Renaissance
*VIP Cocktail Party
-Fashion Show
-5 Most Influential Women in SoCal Cycling Presentation
-Special Limited Bike Promotion from Cannondale
-Photo Ops with Producer and Stars
-Priority Seating

Join
the Women of Dirt Producer Mark Brent and Stars Leana Gerard and Kathy
Pruitt in Hollywood for the Southern California Premiere of the film.
www.bonesovermetal.com

Cinespace boasts 2 full bars, outside
patio with screen, 1 large indoor screen , 2 large backlit screens in
the main room, LCD screen in the Lounge area, couches, chairs, tables,
2 DJ Booths and a comfortable yet fun setting for a Hollywood style
party.

This event benefits the following organizations:
The
Mark Reynolds Fund, SoCal Interscholastic Cycling League*, Los Angeles
Country Bicycle Coalition, and one more to be announced soon!

Join
for the VIP Party and see a fashion show, the 5 Most Influential Women
in SoCal Cycling Presentation, meet and greet the Producer and Stars
and other Cycling Celebs. Special gift bags will be given to VIP
attendees.

If you have a group and would like to inquire about group ticketing, please contact Tonya Bray at 626.993.4383.

To volunteer with LACBC, please contact: erica@la-bike.org

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