QUINN FOR THE WIN HAS BEEN INVITED TO GOOD MORNING AMERICA’S ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE!

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By Quinn for the Win
QUINN FOR THE WIN HAS BEEN INVITED TO GOOD MORNING AMERICA’S ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE!

Friday, August 15th in Central Park to participate in an ice bucket challenge that will be televised live on our broadcast, as part of our Summer Concert event with Florida Georgia Line. Space is limited to two hundred and fifty people.

We’ll provide the ice water and buckets. You just need to come ready and willing to douse yourself in ice water. Please wear bathing suits underneath your clothing. 

The ice bucket challenge was created to raise awareness for ALS, more commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease, which is a progressive disease that attacks the nerve cells responsible for voluntary motion. The ice bucket challenge has not only raised awareness, it has contributed to a spike in donations for ALS organizations.

To apply for your free ticket, please RSVP to GMAIceBucket@Gmail.com
*some restrictions apply

You must be at least 13 years of age or older to participate. Minors under 18 need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Location: Rumsey Playfield, Central Park (enter on 5th Avenue and 72nd Street)
Time: 6:00 AM

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