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Date:5/23/2008

Be ONE of 500,000 to make a world of difference for Singer Songwriter Katie

Reider Beginning May 23, 2008.

LOS ANGELES, May 23 /PRNewswire/ -- For 10 years, Cincinnati-based singer songwriter Katie Reider, age 29, has inspired the hearts of thousands with her music and genuine personality. Today she inspires action from within. Fans across the country are banding together to help Katie during her ongoing battle with a rare MYOFIBROBLASTIC INFLAMMATION TUMOR.

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Entirely Web-based, this project is being initiated with Katie Reider's loyal fans from around the country. On May 23, 2008, this benefit will have one clear-cut goal in mind: to introduce 500,000 people within 365-Days to Katie Reider via http://www.500Kin365.org.

Since 1998, Katie Reider has been recognized by the local and national recording industry. The Cincinnati native, who now resides outside of New York City, has performed with several national and international touring artists, including Catie Curtis, Melissa Ferrick, Anne Heaton, Michelle Malone, Over the Rhine, Antigone Rising, Ember Swift, Edie Carey, Teddy Goldstein and many more. Just as she was reaching the peak of her career in January of 2006, Katie was struck by a rare disease that first appeared in her sinus and eventually progressed into a tumor in her skull base behind her left eye. In March of 2008 another dime-sized "spot" was found on her esophagus behind her heart.

Katie might not be able to sing, but she is coming with the best she has to offer right now, which is her story. 500Kin365.org will feature a documentary trailer that will capture the true essence of singer songwriter Katie Reider on stage and in life. Visitors to the site will then have an opportunity to access a digital c
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