Eyad Karkoutly Lymphoma Leukemia Research Foundation to host Fly

Eyad Karkoutly Lymphoma Leukemia Research Foundation to host Fly for a Cure

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

(Press Release) 

Join us on Sunday, April 28th, for our Third Annual kite flying fundraising event, Fly for a cure, and help blood cancer research take flight!

This is a family-friendly event, hosted at the Spirit Ranch in Lubbock, Texas, will have kite flying activities, local food trucks, live DJ music, and a chance to see Paul McCartney perform live in Dallas, TX! Everyone is encouraged to bring their own kite or purchase one at the event.

$10 Entry Admission can be purchased online at www.flyforacure-lubbock.com, or at the door on the day of the event. Children under 10 are free to attend. Advanced ticket admission is strongly encouraged, and donations and freewill contributions are welcome and greatly appreciated.

At our inaugural fundraising event last year, we hosted 200 participants, and raised over $12,000.000 for blood cancer research, through the generous contributions of our Fly for a Cure guests, sponsors, and volunteers.

Please help us meet this goal once again!

Sunday, April 28th, 2019 | 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Spirit Ranch, 701 Regis Street, Lubbock, Texas 79403

For inquiries or more information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Susan Karkoutly, President, at eyadkarkoutlyfoundation@gmail.com.?

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