Fishing for a Cure Fundraiser Set for Atlantic City’s Gary Musich May 11

March 22, 2019

Today in Atlantic City, N.J, an announcement was made through a group of family, friends and associates of Gary Musich that they will produce several fundraising activities on Gary’s behalf.

Gary is a long-time member of the MeetAC team with deep roots in the convention and meeting industries.

He recently was diagnosed with cancer and is currently undergoing aggressive treatment.

As part of the ongoing effort to solicit donations to help the Musich family with their high medical expenses, the group announced Fishing for a Cure, which is a concert being held at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City from 4:00 – 8:00 pm on May 11.

Tickets will be $50 with all profits going directly to Gary.

Headlining the event are The Legacy Band

(http://legacyband.net/) and DJ Aiden Scott, some of Philadelphia’s hottest talents.

In addition to the Fishing for a Cure fundraiser, a GoFundMe page has been established https://www.gofundme.com/help-gary-musich-beat-cancer?utm_medium=email&utm_source=product&utm_campaign=p_email%2B4904-welcome-wp-v5

Please consider donating or attending the concert. TSNN wishes Gary all the best and a speedy return to good health.

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For more information please contact:

Martha Donato, President

MAD Event Management LLC

martha@madeventmanagement.com

mobile 845-545-0653

or

Marty Glynn, CEO

MAD Event Management LLC

marty@madeventmanagement.com

mobile 201-954-7320

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