Team Partners with MiSaVi Restaurant to Raise Funds for Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Select Ironmen Dancers will be in the date auction (Photo by Rich Graessle)
Newark, N.J. (Tuesday, April 21, 2009) – The New Jersey Ironmen and MiSaVi Restaurant and Lounge are teaming up to raise money for breast cancer research tomorrow night when the Ironbound restaurant hosts “An Auction for a Date” to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Select Ironmen Dancers will participate in the auction, which is scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m.
“This event is for a great cause, and we are happy to help in raising money for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure,” Ironmen General Manager Tony Novo stated. “We encourage everyone throughout the community to come out to this event, and together we can make a difference in the fight against breast cancer.”
Located at 62 Van Buren Street in the Ironbound section of Newark, MiSaVi Restaurant and Lounge will be the location for this special night. Both men and women will be in the auctions, and the management group at MiSaVi will arrange dinner dates for all auction winners and their date by donating gift certificates. The Ironmen Dancers will also be available for autographs throughout the evening, and this event is open to the public. For any additional information regarding the date auction, contact MiSaVi Restaurant and Lounge at 973-991-2076.
On tap for this summer, the 2009 Ironmen soccer camp program will kick off in late June and run through the end of August, and the Ironmen have a special website created for their camp programs, located at www.njironmen.com/camps. The camp website offers information and the summer schedule, as well as the convenience of completing the entire registration process online. All campers this summer will receive an Ironmen ball, t-shirt and two tickets to our 2009 home opener this fall, and as a special incentive, all campers that register prior to May 15th will receive an immediate $10 discount off the $149 camp rate. Camps are open to all types of skill levels and players age 4-16. Any clubs or townships that are interested in hosting a camp still have the opportunity to do so, and they can call the Ironmen camp hotline at 973-757-6323 to discuss the details further.
Training is also available for travel clubs this summer with commitments of at least 10 campers. The cost for each camper is $129, and each training session will be conducted for two hours a day over a period of five concurrent days. The age of campers can range from 8-16, and each participant will receive an Ironmen camp t-shirt. Teams must provide the field, water and balls for the training sessions, and the Ironmen will always have at least one professional player on location for every day of the camp. Coaches that would like to schedule a travel camp can call 973-757-6323 today for additional information.