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12 Rocking Chair Marathon
Published on Tue, Oct 30, 2012 (8:16 p.m.)FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
12 Hour Rocking Chair Marathon to benefit PCAN
( Pancreatic Cancer Action Network)
National All American Elite (NAAE)
4708 English Ivy Court
Las Vegas, Nevada 89130
Director: Melanie Thompson
Email: [email protected]
Event Location Information:
Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas
32100 Las Vegas Blvd South, Primm, Nevada 89019 (Stateline)
Event Location Contact:
Teri Laursen, Regional Tourism Director
702-874-1400 Ext. 7022
NAAE has created a 12 hour rocking chair marathon to raise money for PCAN. Rockers age 4 and up are encouraged to bring their rocking chairs to the Mall on Thanksgiving Eve during the mall's "Midnight Madness" event to rock from 10 pm to 10 am while holiday shoppers fill the mall. To raise money, rockers obtain pledges for the hours they rock, and can rock individually, or as part of a rocking team. The chairs must keep moving so relief rockers will be on hand to give breaks and help us Rock On. This Rock A Thon is open to the public and registration and information is available at www.Rockathon2012webs.com, all rockers will receive a free "Fashionably Late" t-shirt courtesy of the Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas.
NAAE is a tri state civic pageantry system committed to community service by supporting and promoting the service events and platforms of it's youth members. Every member is required to log service hours to maintain membership. The organization logs more than 100 service hours per year and boasts more than 50 members.
The organization's mission is to teach young women and men that service to others is the reward and that pageantry is the catalyst for reaching out to the community.
Contact: Melanie Thompson, Director for interview or additional information
(702) 300-1054 or @ [email protected]
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