FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Chad A. McCutcheon
Phone: 724-568-3623 ext. 137
Eddie & the Rollers LIVE A JDRF Benefit Concert
Apollo, PA-McCutcheon Enterprises, Inc. (MEI) is pleased to announce its sponsorship of a benefit concert raising funds for JDRF. MEI will provide a night of pure entertainment benefiting JDRF, formerly known as the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. What are the details?
Who: Eddie & the Rollers a Pittsburgh Classic Rock Dance Band
What: A JDRF Benefit Concert
Where: Laube Hall at Freeport Community Park in Freeport, PA
When: March 25, 2017 Doors Open 6:00 pm
Tickets: $10/person at the door or call 724-568-3623 for advance ticket sales.
Food/Refreshments: BYOB, BYOF, Bring Your Own Beer, Booze, Food, Ice, Pop, etc.
“We are excited to partner with Eddie & the Rollers to promote this event benefiting JDRF,” said Calvin McCutcheon, MEI president. “We participate every year in the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes and saw this as another great opportunity to raise awareness and money for and about JDRF,” McCutcheon continued.
“Eddie & the Rollers is just five friends playing the music that we love and that we think people want to hear,” said Reid Rotzler, keyboardist and vocals or the band. “We’ve done two concerts like this in the past and every year we donate the proceeds to a charity of the band’s choice, this year, we chose JDRF.” “We have seen the effects of type one diabetes on our friends and their families through the years” said Rotzler. “It’s our honor and privilege to provide entertainment for such a worthwhile cause,” Rotzler concluded.
“We’re supplying the hall and the entertainment, and we hope that everyone will join us for an evening of reverie, dancing and JDRF fundraising,” said Chad McCutcheon, MEI Communications Professional. “The event is open to the public, and we encourage everyone to bring their families, friends, their favorite refreshments and snacks and join us for a great time,” McCutcheon concluded.
MEI is highly involved in its local community sponsoring such causes as: the annual JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes, and many other local events and charities. Doing so is what MEI considers to be its highest priority: “protecting our environment for tomorrow’s generations.”