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Stars & Strikes: Bowl and Play Poker With Celebs – Tickets!

Do you like bowling? How about bowling, poker and celebrities? That’s right I said celebrities!

If so, you’re in luck! The 7th Annual Stars & Strikes Celebrity Bowling and Poker Tournament is taking place next week and tickets are on sale now!

Celebrities like Pete Wentz, Akon, Porcelain Black and boy band The Wanted are all set to join in on the fun next Wednesday day at PINZ Bowling & Entertainment Center in Studio City, California!

Funds raised at the tournament will benefit A Place Called Home, a safe haven in South Central Los Angeles that supports underserved inner-city youth through programs in education, the arts, nutrition, fitness, college preparation and college scholarships.

The event is set to feature 34 lanes of bowling action, a No-Limit All-In Texas Hold’em professional-level poker tournament, delicious food, tasty drinks, the excitement of the red carpet and much more!

Tickets are on sale now for $80, $125 and $250 at www.starsandstrikesforapch.org.

Allie Is Wired will be at the event, covering all the celebrity action! We hope to see you there!

Check out all the details below…

Location: PINZ Bowling & Entertainment Center
12655 Ventura Blvd Studio City, CA 91604

Date/Time: Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Red Carpet: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Event: 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Expected Celebrity Guests:

The Wanted, Pete Wentz, Akon, Porcelain Black, Dr. Luke, RedOne, T. Mills, Midnight Red, Havana Brown, 7Lions, Liz Hernandez, Chuey Martinez, Sisanie and many more!

For more information on A Place Called Home and on the upcoming event check out www.APCH.org.


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