Peter Piper to Donate 15% of Sales to Local Girl with Leukemia Today
An event has been arranged for tomorrow to help an El Paso girl suffering from a rare form of leukemia.
A parade of sorts will be rolling tomorrow to benefit "Saving Serenity".
The combination bike, car and bus caravan will leave Cohen Stadium at noon Sunday, heading for the Peter Piper Pizza at 11791 Gateway West. (Near Tinseltown). According to the Saving Serenity facebook page;
Serenity Saenz is a beautiful 12 year old girl from El Paso Texas who was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of cancer called Biphenotypic Acute Leukemia. She and her mom had to be flown to Houston’s M.D. Anderson Medical and Cancer center because of the rarity of this type of Leukemia. Serenity has been battling Leukemia for 3 years and now needs a Stem Cell Transplant.
Serenitys' mother is a single parent and needs all the help she can get to continue Serenitys fight.
Peter Piper will donate 15% of their sales to the Saving Serenity project. Admission is $10 per rider/driver. If you don't want to ride or drive, the first 25 people there can jump on the party bus for $10. The bus features flat screen TVs, poles and a bar. Bus passengers will be accompanied by model Isis Padilla! The bus will return it's passengers to Cohen Stadium following the event.
There will be prizes given away, including a Shoei helmet, riding gear and a $1,000.00 credit towards any custom car or bike paint job at Mavina Motorsports.
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