inMotion's Third Annual Summer Party

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On Tuesday, June 7th, inMotion will host its third annual Summer Party at Crobar. More than 1,000 young professionals, many from New York's most prestigious law firms and investment banks, will come together for a spectacular evening of cocktails, gourmet food and dancing.

What: inMotion's Third Annual Summer Party - Cocktails, Dinner and Dancing - DJ Jason

Where: Crobar 530 West 28th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues

New York City

When: Tuesday, June 7, 2005 - 7:30-11:30 pm

Tickets: $100, available at the door - Tickets include free drinks, hor d'oeuvres and gourmet dinner The event is expected to sell out quickly, advance ticket purchase suggested

Ticket Contact Information:

David Yu, manager, events: 646-442-1174 or email summerparty@inmotiononline.org

Media Contact Information:

Laurie Lichtenstein, manager, development and marketing, 646-442-1177 or email llichtenstein@inmotiononline.org

Event Description:

On Tuesday, June 7th, inMotion will host its third annual Summer Party at Crobar. More than 1,000 young professionals, many from New York's most prestigious law firms and investment banks, will come together for a spectacular evening of cocktails, gourmet food and dancing. Our guests will be introduced to inMotion and its work, both to inspire them to become involved as volunteers and to lend their financial support to protect women and children living in domestic crisis. Tickets are priced at $100/person.

Inmotion's Mission:

Since 1993, inMotion has helped thousands of women free themselves from abusive relationships, stay in their homes and win the financial support to which they-and their children-are entitled. Our mission is to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of women-low-income, under-served, abused-by offering them legal and related services designed to foster equal access to justice and an empowered approach to life. We fulfill our mission by providing free legal services, primarily in the areas of matrimonial, family and immigration law, in a way that acknowledges mutual respect, encourages personal growth, and nurtures individual and collective strength. Informed by this work, inMotion promotes policies that make our society more responsive to the legal issues confronting the women we serve.

http://www.inmotiononline.org

Contact:

Laurie Lichtenstein

646-442-1177

llichtenstein@inmotiononline.org

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