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The 12-12-12 Concert will be simulcast in several N.E. Ohio theatres

By Malcolm Abram Published: December 12, 2012
Wanna see a gaggle of rockers rockin' for a good cause?
Then get thee to a nearby moviehouse for the live simulcast of the 12-12-12 Concert tonight at 7:30 p.m.
 
 
Cinemark Holdings, Inc., the world’s highest attended motion picture exhibitor, is pleased to announce that they, with the help from their partners at National CineMedia (NCM), will broadcast the 12-12-12 concert in over 200 Cinemark, Century and Tinseltown theatres across the U.S.  The presentation will be projected live on December 12, starting at 7:30pm eastern standard time.  The admission price will be equal to that of a child’s ticket price in each theatre and all proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the victims of Hurricane Sandy.  
 
 
 
 
4720 Mega Street NW,
North Canton,  OH  44720
Tel: 330-305-9877
 

6284 Dressler Rd. Nw,
North Canton,  OH  44720
Tel: 330-497-9118
 
 
140 Barrington Town Square Dr,
Aurora,  OH  44202 
Tel: 330-995-6433
 

Located at Westfield SouthPark,
17450 Southpark Center,
Strongsville,  OH  44136
Tel: 440-878-3709
 
2500 W. State St.,
Alliance,  OH  44601
Tel: 330-823-7329
 

4108 Burbank Road,
Wooster,  OH  44691
Tel: 330-345-2610
 
 
Information about the 12-12-12 Concert:
The 12-12-12 concert to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy (http://www.121212concert.org/) will take place on Wednesday, December 12 starting at 7:30pm EST at Madison Square Garden.  This sold-out event features Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, Rolling Stones, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, The Who and Paul McCartney, among others.  This epic concert will be simulcast to over two billion people around the world.
 
Information about the Robin Hood Relief Fund:
Robin Hood has launched a large-scale relief effort to aid our neighbors in the tri-state area whose lives have been shattered by Hurricane Sandy.  Within hours of the storm, Robin Hood-funded non-profits were providing blankets, hot food, heaters, generators and more to residents in Red Hook, Coney Island, the Rockaways and all across the region. Now, one month out from the storm, thanks to our supporters, Robin Hood has been able to provide over $8 million in grants to more than 90 different groups.  http://www.robinhood.org/rhsandy
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