Work Out With BRET MICHAELS, SHARON OSBOURNE
"Celebrity workout" with Bret Michaels (POISON), Sharon Osbourne and WWE's Maria Kanellis is scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday November 3, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 24 Hour Fitness, located at 225 5th Avenue in New York City.
This is a fundraiser, but the idea is to get as many people in and working out as possible. There will be four classes and maybe even a signed collectable 8x10 to remember this experience of a lifetime.
There is no set amount for donations. They will accept anything from $1.00 to $10,000.00, or whatever someone wants to donate. But donations must be in the form of business check, cashier's check (made payable to Reilly Worldwide), credit card or cash.
Come work out (good for your heart) and help raise money (good for your soul) for a great cause with Michaels, Osbourne and Kanellis. You do not want to miss this event. Get there early. It is sure to rock your world.
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