Saturday, May 7 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Polk Theatre, Lakeland, Florida

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Join us for a night people will be talking about this for months! Don’t miss it!

On May 7, 2011 we will bring a VIP Red Carpet Hollywood movie premier of “Lifted” to the Polk Theatre in Lakeland, Florida to benefit the Jaylens Challenge Foundation. The lead cast will fly in from Hollywood to attend this event for a special VIP meet and greet for guests. “Lifted” will not release publicly until late 2011.
This movie is being supported by the National Veterans Foundation, Stars & Stripes Foundation, and several branches of the Armed Forces.

From the time of arrival to the event, guests will feel like royalty. Your feet will immediately descend upon the red carpet where there will be a photo opportunity with the celebrities in attendance. Multiple Local and National media will be on sight.
Upon completion of the premier, the lead cast will perform live on stage, songs from the movie. The third segment of the event will be a private, intimate, meet and greet reception for VIP guests and celebrities on the 2nd level of the theatre with hors d’oeuvres, chocolate fountains, and beverages.

A view of the movie trailer is here: https://www.lexialexander.com/LiftedTrailer.html

We look forward to receiving you as our very special guest on this extraordinary special evening!

Please share this event with all of your Facebook friends, even if you can not attend.

Dress to Impress. We request black and white business attire.

Detailed information regarding the benefactor:

Jaylens Challenge Foundation, Inc. is a local non-profit foundation that promotes awareness to school children regarding anti-bullying. Jaylen’s Challenge has been featured on: CNN, Bay News 9, Fox 13, NBC, “The American Spirit” by CBS National news with Katie Couric, and also featured in a documentary for The Discovery Channel called “Tourette’s Uncovered”.

School aged children are in despair over bullying. There are many local schools that are in desperate need of help but do not have the funding to pay for the materials needed to educate against bullying. Our fundraising efforts will help to reach more emotional and suicidal students in your schools.

You can see more of what JCF does and provides to school children:https://www.jaylenschallenge.org/jaylen-in-the-media/tv-reports



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