Roger Daltrey To Benefit Teen Cancer America With Ultimate VIP Experience

Roger Daltrey of The Who will give two fans a chance to win the ultimate VIP concert experience. Fans can enter to win by donating to Teen Cancer America - all proceeds go towards building a teen cancer unit at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

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Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) July 10, 2014

Legendary frontman of The Who and Teen Cancer America founder, Roger Daltrey, will give two lucky fans the opportunity to win the ultimate VIP concert experience on July 28th in Philadelphia, PA. Live like a Rockstar for a night and show that you care about teens and young adults with cancer at the same time! Winners will receive airfare, hotel accommodations, access to Roger’s soundcheck, an exclusive VIP reception and tickets in the first two rows of the theater. Held at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, PA, Roger will be joined by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, and proceeds will benefit Teen Cancer America and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Participants have the chance to win prizes simply for entering the contest! Prizes include signed memorabilia, CD’s, guitars, and more. The contest, powered by Prizeo, will run until July 21st at which point a winner will be randomly selected. Visit http://www.prizeo.com/roger for more details.

Teen Cancer America was established in the United States to build facilities and develop services for teenagers and young adults with cancer, in order to improve their experience, their outcomes and ultimately their survival. Money raised at this event will go directly towards a new Teen Cancer Unit at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Please contact info(at)teencanceramerica(dot)org or visit http://www.teencanceramerica.org for more information.


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