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Starz Entertainment Grants Wishes for 13 Colorado Children
Date:10/31/2008

Starz Entertainment Presents $50,000 Donation to Make-A-Wish Foundation of

Colorado

ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- In its 10th annual year of giving, Starz Entertainment will grant the wishes of 13 Colorado children who are living with life-threatening medical conditions, donating $50,000 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado. Starz Entertainment employees will present the funds and host the wish children and their families at the company's headquarters and provide an evening filled with fun and movie magic.

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This year's adopted wishes include trips to Walt Disney World and a bedroom makeover. "Starz Entertainment and its employees have made a huge difference in the lives of local children and their families going through very difficult times over the past 10 years," said Joan Mazak, president and chief executive officer of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado. "They continue to grant more wishes than any other Colorado company, and it is with their generosity and compassion that these kids are afforded an opportunity to forget about their illnesses, if even just for a little while."

In addition to the presentation of Starz' annual donation, wish children and their families will be treated to an evening of fun with games, prizes and a chance to star in their own movie. The kids will also get the chance to meet some of their most beloved Disney characters.

"Starz Entertainment and its employees are honored to partner with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado to make a difference in the lives of these courageous children and their families," said Bill Myers, president and chief operating officer of Starz Entertainment. "We proudly present this gift in the spirit of giving and as an expression of our commitment to give these s
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