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Entertainment Industry Foundation Revlon Run/Walk for Women Celebrates 11 Years in New York City on Saturday, May 3
Date:4/17/2008

Annual Fundraising Event for Women's Cancers Hosted by the Today Show's Tiki Barber Along With Star of the Broadway Hit Come Back Little Sheba and Law & Order's S. Epatha Merkerson - Featuring Revlon Brand Ambassador Beau

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NEW YORK, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The 11th annual Entertainment Industry Foundation Revlon Run/Walk For Women -- the largest fundraiser of its kind for women's cancers in the nation -- will be held in New York City on Saturday, May 3, 2008. The Run/Walk starts in Times Square and finishes in the East Meadow of Central Park.

Tiki Barber, of NBC's "The Today Show" and "Football Night in America" and S. Epatha Merkerson, star of the broadway hit "Come Back Little Sheba" and NBC's "Law & Order," together with featured Revlon celebrity brand ambassador and actress Beau Garrett, will join an expected 40,000 participants for the 2008 New York Run/Walk, an annual Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) event (the Los Angeles Run/Walk is the following Saturday, May 10).

The EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women was launched in 1993 through the combined efforts of Lilly Tartikoff, Ronald O. Perelman and EIF. Since inception, nearly $50 million in grants have been made from the combined events (New York and Los Angeles).

"Since the first EIF Revlon Run/Walk, hundreds of thousands of women and men have come out to show their support for this cause -- either personally, or for a loved one. It is their dedication and their commitment to find a cure that has made the run so successful," stated Ronald O. Perelman, chairman of Revlon, Inc., co-founder of the Run/Walk and co-founder of the Revlon/UCLA Women's Cancer Research Program. He adds, "The resources that are now available as a result of that support has allowed for significant advancement in education and research for this disease that affects so many women today."

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