The FC Dallas photo shoot with Industry 4
Here's some PR on the event and the posters you can buy.
SUPERMODEL CHANDRA NORTH AND KIM DAWSON MODELS TEAM UP WITH FC DALLAS TO RAISE MONEY FOR DALLAS FISHER HOUSE
Models join Industry 4 in selling posters, signing autographs at Saturday’s game versus Chicago
FRISCO, Texas (Sept. 28, 2010) – Industry 4, a charitable organization combining resources from fashion, sports, music and television, will be selling posters at the FC Dallas game versus Chicago this Saturday in an effort to raise funds for the Dallas Fisher House.
Supermodel Chandra North and five Kim Dawson models will join Modern Luxury in the Pizza Hut Park Stadium Club from 6 to 10:30 p.m. during the game on Saturday, Oct., 2. The club will be open to everyone with a ticket to the game. Following the match the FC Dallas players featured in the Industry 4 posters (Daniel Hernandez, David Ferreira, Heath Pearce, Ruben Luna, Kevin Hartman and Brek Shea) will be signing autographs in the club along with the models.
The posters are $10, while posters signed by both the players and models are $20 ($10 from each $20 poster will go to the FC Dallas Foundation, while the remaining proceeds will go to Dallas Fisher House). Everyone involved in the project, from set location to photographers, make-up artists and models, donated their time and talent to the cause.
Fisher House provides free, temporary lodging to the families of veterans receiving medical treatment and to the veterans and active military personnel receiving long-term out-patient care at the VA North Texas Health Care System. Industry 4 has pledged to purchase 21 computers for the Dallas Fisher House with the funds raised by the poster project. The Dallas facility opened in 2007 and services about 1,000 families each year. Families living at the Dallas Fisher House currently share one laptop computer on a first-come, first-serve basis.
“These families and servicemen leave behind their worlds, jobs and schools to undergo treatment and support their loved ones,” said Toni Munoz, Industry 4 co-founder and Kim Dawson model. “A computer is a great way for them to stay connected to their lives back home. Please help us make a difference in the lives of our American heroes.”
Single-game tickets are on sale now through ticketmaster.com and FCDallas.com. For more information, visit FCDallas.com or call 888.FCD.GOAL (323.4625).
Meanwhile, the early bird gets big savings with FC Dallas right now with discounts of 30 to 40 percent off for anyone who renews or purchases 2011 season tickets before Monday, Oct. 4 as part of the club’s “Get in and Win” season ticket campaign.
Current FC Dallas season ticket holders who renew for the 2011 season prior to Monday, Oct. 4 will receive two options – a free upgrade on their seats or a 30-40 percent discount on season tickets. Fans purchasing new 2011 season tickets will also receive options on playoff tickets and discounts on remaining games for the 2010 season.
Premium seating options such as the Winstar Club Loge, Field Tables, Center Circle and Club seats are also available in limited inventory. Contact the FC Dallas Front Office at (888) 323-4625 for details or go to www.fcdallas.com/getinandwin.
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