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By Steve Javors
October 6, 2010
LOS ANGELES -- Team Evil Angel is gearing up for AIDS Walk Los Angeles on Oct. 17 by throwing a fundraiser tomorrow night at The Slidebar in Fullerton, Calif.
Hosted by Angel Vain, Coco Velvett, Brandy Aniston and Trinity, the fundraiser will feature special raffles, door prizes and adult celebrity bartenders. There is no cover charge for the night.
All proceeds from the evening will be donated to AIDS Project LA at the AIDS Walk Los Angeles event in West Hollywood, Calif.
The Slidebar is located at 122 E. Commonwealth Avenue. Live music from Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band runs from 8-11:30 p.m.
Team Evil Angel currently has 26 members walking in the AIDS Walk LA on Oct. 17. Members of the team represent various facets of the adult entertainment business, its numbers including performers, writers, producers, publicists and company executives.
Some of those taking part are John and Karen Stagliano, Sophie Dee, Angel Vain, Sinnamon Love, Andy San Dimas, Dia Zerva, Sarah Blake, Kelly Divine, Tara Lynn Foxx, Holly Hollywood, Wendy Williams, Christian Mann, Steve Javors, Jenny Tse, “Porno Bobbie,” Tisha Cavazos and Sarah Doom.
For those interested in walking with Team Evil Angel on Oct. 17, click here. To make a general team donation, click here.
Those wishing to donate less than $25 can contact Karen Stagliano via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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