www.tapinto.net | September 26, 2019 | Link to Article
Semper Fi Fund Benefit October 11 in Wayne to Help Injured Armed Forces Members
WAYNE, NJ – Semper Fi Fund is one of America's highest rated charities and dedicated to providing urgently needed resources and support for combat wounded, critically ill and catastrophically injured members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families.
To assist in their efforts, IWF roars into town with a family-friendly Pro Wrestling Live Event on Friday, October 11, 2019, 7:30 pm to benefit Semper Fi Fund. The action takes place at Wayne PAL Building, 1 PAL Drive, Wayne, NJ.
Leading the path of destruction at IWF Firepower are popular WWE Hall of Famer’s Mr. USA Tony Atlas and Tito Santana, and NXT star Bull James Dempsey.
IWF stars appearing include Master of Chaos Kevin Knight, Fifth Element Roman Zachary, Heartless Hellraiser Dracko, First-Class Justin Adams, Atkins Brothers, Dark Dragon Kareem West, Outlaw Shane O'Brien, Southside Slugger Tony Graves, Dark Oracle Sage, Mike Winner, Alicia, Mad Dawg Jenkins and East Side Dave.
Tickets on sale at www.CampIWF.com and Semper Fi Fund. VIP packages, family and group specials available online. Pre-Event FanFest begins when doors open at 6:30 pm.
There will also be a Toys For Tots collection drive at the door on behalf of the United States Marine Corps Reserve with a drop off box for unwrapped toys. Two random fan donors will win a special IWF raffle prize as a 'thank you' for donating.
Supporting the event are LCpl. Jedh C. Barker Marine Corps League Detachment, TAPinto.net, and Ocean Beach Sales & Rentals. For Semper Fi Fund info, visit www.SemperFiFund.org. For IWF info, find IWF on social media @WrestlingIWF.
Prior to Firepower, IWF presents Tournament of Champions on Sunday, August 25, 6:00 pm at Rec Center in Nutley, NJ, to benefit Nutley Recreation Football.
Since 1998, award-winning IWF produced 706 Live Events in 25 cities benefiting American Cancer Society, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Tomorrows Children’s Fund, Twin Towers Orphan Fund, American Red Cross, Nutley Policemen and Firefighters’ Benevolent Associations, and athletic programs throughout New Jersey.