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ACW Wrestling Event

Host: Palisades Center

Date: February 29, 2020

American Colosseum Wrestling (ACW), a sports attraction company dedicated to providing fun and excitement for all ages, is partnering with Palisades Center’s #PalisadesCares campaign to deliver a live fundraiser to benefit the Association For The Visually Impaired. The event will take place on Saturday, February 29, 2020 in the East Court on Level One, near H&M starting at 2:00 p.m.

Guests in attendance will see eight matches featuring impressive athletes. Crowd favorites including: ACW champion, Kenny Bengal, former WWE NXT Superstar, Bull James, the villainous Dan DeMan, and Rockland’s own The Amazing Graysons and Anthony Markos will perform. The athletes will thrill audiences with bold fast-paced displays of high-flying athleticism, technical ability and professional-level wrestling skills. The event will also offer a live music performance from independent punk label, Manic Kat Records and a special giveaway from Dave & Buster’s.

Seats can be reserved by registering in advance at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/acw-live-from-the-palisades-mall-feb-29th-2pm-tickets-92259648091. Donations for the Association For The Visually Impaired are also being collected through the Eventbrite link.

The mission of the Association For The Visually Impaired (AVI) is to enable persons of all ages who are visually impaired or blind living throughout Rockland and Orange Counties to lead independent lives within their own homes and communities. The organization strives to improve the quality of life for each member by recognizing their individual preferences and specific needs.

The Association for the Visually Impaired is a 501 c 3 agency which provides vision rehabilitation services at no cost to its clients. “While medical insurance and vision care plans may cover eye examinations, eye glasses or contact lenses, they do not provide coverage for Vision Therapy/Rehabilitation treatments.” explained Executive Director Beth Bate-Du Boff. “Yet, in many cases, Vision Therapy/Rehabilitation is the only option available to help our clients to regain function and maximize their usable vision to develop skills and strategies to remain safe, independent and active at any stage of life, as well as adjust emotionally to the impact of vision loss.”

To learn more about Palisades Center and other happenings, please visit www.palisadescenter.com. For more information on AVI please call 845 574-4950.