Monday, August 30, 2010

Baby Loves Disco: Dancing with the kids for a good cause

Question: What do you have when you take some of the hippest nightclubs in the United States and transform them into an afternoon dance venue to raise awareness and funds for children suffering from cancer? You have Baby Loves Disco Lemonade Tour 2010.

Already celebrating for several weeks across the country in 50 different locations including nightclubs, shopping malls, schools and children’s hospitals, Baby Loves Disco, the club-scene for little ones and their families, offers an afternoon of dancing and fun with real live DJs spinning a mix of music from the '70s and '80s; all to raise awareness and money for the non-profit organization devoted to finding a cure for pediatric cancer, Alex's Lemonade Stand.

From a modest beginning at a Philadelphia Nightclub five years ago, Baby Loves Disco has blossomed into an internationally recognized entertainment phenomenon for children ages six months to seven years who are accompanied by their parents, grandparents or caregivers.

Alex’s Lemonade Stand honors the young life and lasting legacy of Alexandra "Alex" Scott, a remarkable child who not only waged her own battle with cancer but helped countless other children before her death, through the contributions from her own lemonade stand, which sparked a fund-raising movement with adults and children across the country.

This year’s Lemonade Tour, sponsored by H. & M., a trendy international fashion retailer, has the remainder of the tour setting up the Baby Loves Disco dance scene at Le Poisson Rouge on three different dates in New York City, as well as a stop in Philadelphia; St. Louis, Missouri; Franklin and Memphis, Tennessee; Louisville, Kentucky; Chicago, Illinois; Tucson, Arizona; San Francisco, Hollywood, San Diego and Costa Mesa, California; Atlanta, Georgia and Miami, Florida.

Cost for the Baby Loves Disco fundraiser is $10 per “walking adult or child” (crawlers get in free) or a special $60 rate for a family of four.

For further information, visit the ticketing page link or view the video from PHOTUS31’s YouTube Channel.

It’s a proven fact that children learn best from those who care about them the most. It’s time to make a difference, and you and your family can, for the Baby Loves Disco Lemonade Tour 2010.

You’ll have a great time bonding, celebrating the preciousness of a child’s life along with giving to an exceptionally worthwhile cause.

You and your children can make a difference.

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