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Rick Harrison to Lead 4th Annual ‘Pawn Stars Poker Run’ to Benefit Epilepsy Foundation of Nevada October 8

Rick Harrison to Lead 4th Annual ‘Pawn Stars Poker Run’ to Benefit Epilepsy Foundation of Nevada October 8
Rick Harrison
of HISTORY’S hit reality show “Pawn Stars” will lead his 4th Annual “Pawn Stars Poker Run” to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of Nevada on Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. 

Harrison is a spokesperson for the national Epilepsy Foundation, dedicated to helping promote their mission by bringing attention to the greater need for epilepsy awareness, education and acceleration of new seizure therapies.

Harrison will lead motorcycle riders through Las Vegas starting at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. The 100-year old historic Pioneer Saloon in Goodsprings, NV and the Porchlight Grille are among the stops around the city. The final stop brings the riders back into downtown Las Vegas to Pawn Plaza for the official after party featuring a raffle, live band and catering by Rick’s Rollin Smoke BBQ & Tavern. Participants will have their chance to win $2,000 for best hand and one of two Kawasaki Z125 2017 bikes, among many other prizes.

WHEN: Sunday, October 8, 2017

WHERE: World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop
713 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
For more information, or to register, visit: pokerrun2017.eventbrite.com

Epilepsy Foundation of Nevada launched in 2014 as a chapter of the Epilepsy Foundation. Previously known as Epilepsy Nevada, the chapter joins more than 40 others across the country serving their local epilepsy communities. Epilepsy Foundation of Nevada provides public education programs and community awareness and support for people living with epilepsy and seizures. Offered programs include educational conferences, support groups, and training for school nurses and other professionals in seizure recognition, treatment and response. For more information, visit http://www.epilepsy.com/affiliates/nevada or call 877-467-3496.