I’m going to be at HVCC on Friday, April 15…are you?
If it turns out to be anything like the last Ares event I went to (Fight Night, 11/13/10), it’s going to be a great night of boxing.
Now the release from Adam Neary of Ares Promotions;
For Immediate ReleaseContact: Adam Neary, 518-859-9894, firstname.lastname@example.orgARES PROMOTIONS AND FLY MORNING RUSH’S BRIAN CODY TEAM UP TO GIVE LOCAL FIFTH GRADERS A NIGHT THEY’LL NEVER FORGET
-Dual Language Program Students to Cheer on Local Boxers at Fight Night IV –
April 8, 2011 – Albany, N.Y. – Mrs. Whisenhunt’s fifth grade class in the Dual Language Program at Delaware Community School in Albany is in for a special treat. ARES Promotions is teaming up with Fly Morning Rush’s Brian Cody to take the students to the Fight Night IV professional boxing event at HVCC on April 15.
ARES, a locally owned professional boxing promotions company, is providing the 16 students free admission to its upcoming Fight Night series event.
“We are happy to help Brian Cody provide these kids the opportunity for a unique experience,” said ARES’ Adam Neary. “In addition to raising the awareness of the talented professional athletes we have in the Capital Region, ARES strives to provide the community with another outlet for high-quality entertainment.”
Brian Cody and local amateur boxer Javier Martinez will be chaperoning the kids, along with the school’s Principal Thomas Giglio.
“Javy and I had a chance to spend time with Mrs. Whisenhunt’s class recently. They are bright, funny, compassionate – and they love boxing,” said Brian Cody, Fly Morning Rush. “We knew we had to get these kids to an ARES Fight Night for a real experience!”
Today’s Limo is also pitching in to let these students ride in style.
The Dual Language Program at Delaware Community School (formerly PS 18) in Albany is a language immersion program in Spanish and English – the only program of its kind in the northeast corridor of New York state. The Dual Language Program is committed to preparing children for success in the 21st century. Mastery of more than one language and an understanding and appreciation of cultural and linguistic diversity truly contributes to success in our multicultural nation.