POWER 106 vs. Homeboy Industries for All-Star Charity Basketball Game Fundraiser
Performances by Kid Ink, New Boyz, The Rangers,
Clyde Carson, Chi-Town Finest Breakers
Saturday, November 3, 2012 at Cal-State Los Angeles
Tickets Only $10.00
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- POWER 106 (105.9 FM), L.A.'s #1 Hip Hop radio station, is playing in the BIGGEST POWER 106 All-Star Charity game of the year to help raise money with all proceeds benefiting Homeboy Industries, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization renowned for helping former gang members and at-risk youth.
The Power 106 All-Stars will play against Homeboy Industries on Saturday, November 3, 2012 at California State University of Los Angeles Gymnasium featuring live half-time performances by Kid Ink, New Boyz, The Rangers, Clyde Carson, Chi-Town Finest Breakers & other surprise guests. Doors open at 5pm and 6pm game time. Tickets are $7.00 in advance with student ID and for children under 12 years of age. $10 in advance for general public and $12.00 at the door. To purchase tickets visit www.power106.com/homeboy or www.homeboyindustries.org. All proceeds support Homeboy Industries.
KPWR FM/Power 106 is owned and operated by Emmis Broadcasting, a publicly traded company on NASDAQ (EMMS).
Homeboy Industries assists at-risk and former gang involved youth to become contributing members of our community through a variety of services in response to their multiple needs. Free programs - including counseling, education, tattoo removal, job training and job placement - enable young people to redirect their lives and provide them with hope for their futures. More information is available at www.homeboy-industries.org.
Dianna Jason, 818-953-4200
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