Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Recovery Unplugged Enters the Football Arena for June 11th Event

Recovery Unplugged Enters the Football Arena for June 11th Event

Come see two of arena football’s most celebrated teams compete while raising money for addiction awareness and treatment at the upcoming Rock vs. Jocks event. Local favorites the Philadelphia Soul (owned in part by NFL alumni Dick Vermeil, Ron Jaworski, Marques Colston and Jahri Evans) will take on legendary rocker Gene Simmons’ Los Angeles Kiss in a world-class display of athleticism on June 11 at Trenton’s Sun National Bank Center. Recovery Unplugged will be on hand to enjoy the game while working to raise funds and awareness for our partner organization, Face the Music Foundation. Kickoff for the event will be at 3:00pm and doors will open at 2:00pm.

A Night of Fun for A Great Cause

Tickets to the June 11th game will cost $20 with $5 of each ticket sold going to benefit the Face the Music Foundation. Attendants will also have the opportunity to purchase discounted food vouchers in advance. Face the Music Foundation will provide t-shirts to every customer who purchases tickets through their fundraiser prior to the event. All tickets must be purchased by noon before the game and can be picked up at the Will-Call. This is a great opportunity to have a fun and affordable night out with the family while raising to help those suffering from addiction gain access to quality treatment and a chance at a better tomorrow. Come on out and root for your favorite team.

About Face the Music Foundation

Face The Music Foundation was founded in 2014 to provide resources to those battling substance abuse that lack the means to seek treatment. We are an alliance (inpatient detoxes, residential treatment centers, outpatient treatment centers, individualized therapists and sober living residences) committed to helping those suffering from substance use disorders find hope through the generosity of donations and scholarships. All people deserve the opportunity to receive treatment and recover from the disease of addiction.

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