SOURCE: Action Sports Hub

Action Sports Hub

January 16, 2010 16:19 ET

Action Sports Hub Participates in "Dreaming For the Cure" January 31, 2010

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA--(Marketwire - January 16, 2010) - January 31, 2010 is the setting for "Dreaming For the Cure" at the Octane Alley Bar & Grill in Huntington Beach, Calif., which will kick off at 12pm noon. Participation from everyone from local residents to announced celebrities will be at this momentous event that will be held for "The Cure" to support Parkinson's disease and MS (Multiple Sclerosis) and the sufferers of them.

World Famous sleep therapist Reinaldo Binns leads the charge with a truly heart touching story of being one of the many millions in the world diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2006. With much support from the likes of Randy Cash, Roy Sahachaisere of Action Sports Hub, Scott Ramsey, Rhonda Palmeri, Kevin Haskins and Neil Cooke, Mr. Binns planned this grand event to highlight his cause with live music and a car show. The Octane Alley is donating its facility as a show of support so that refreshments and entertainment will be at no loss for the day. Bring your family and friends if you're in the local area to help find a cure for a disease that has none. Every show of support is infinitely appreciated and is for a great cause and could save many lives in the future.

Mr. Binns states, "August of 2006, I was diagnosed with Early-Onset Parkinson's Disease. I was a mere 43 years old at the time. The news of my diagnosis was devastating, and not only to me, but to those who love me most, as well. Things happen for a reason. Maybe you acquired this disease because you were meant to make a difference. Hearing this further fanned that flame of wanting to help fight for a cure, so here I am, with my loving wife, children and family by my side, doing what we can to contribute to finding a cure for this debilitating disease." To here more about Mr. Binns' story click here.

Cohost Joseph Soleimani states, "For 12 years, I went through an emotional rollercoaster, mainly fighting between depression and anger, not to mention the occasional relapses of vision loss due to my MS. I remember hearing the day that I was body went numb." Mr. Soleimani goes on to state, "Though different, our diseases are very similar. Sharing our stories put us both in a much better place. We appreciate all the support family and friends and fellow supporters have to offer, always!"

All donations will go towards The Michael J. Fox Parkinson's Research Foundation. If you cannot attend, you can go to the Team Fox website to donate directly. MJFF is dedicated to finding a cure for Parkinson's disease through an aggressively funded research agenda and to ensuring the development of improved therapies for those living with Parkinson's today and with support from those who want to make a difference.

Don't wait, make a difference on the 31st of January. We'll see you there for this amazing event.

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