Amy Schumer promises 'disappointing lap dance' for winner of TrainWreck Premiere contest to support MS research

Amy Schumer, writer and star of the upcoming comedy, TrainWreck, has promised a 'disappointing lap dance' for the winner of Universal's TrainWreck Premiere Experience hosted on CrowdRise to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society, an organization that is very dear to her heart.

As a child, Schumer's father was diagnosed with MS. Watching the disease progress had a profound impact on her, and it's a storyline that features in the movie. The fundraiser will raise money and support for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone, like Schumer, affected by MS.

The contest launched this week and ends July 6th at www.CrowdRise.com/TrainWreck. Fans of Schumer, director Judd Apatow, and the comedian-heavy cast can donate for a chance to win a VIP experience that includes 2 tickets to the New York Premiere of TrainWreck on July 14th, round-trip airfare, 2 nights in a 4 star hotel, a walk down the red carpet and a photo opp session with the cast of the film.

Schumer and Apatow explain everything in a launch video at
https://www.crowdrise.com/TrainwreckPremiere.

A $10 donation gets participants 1 entry for the grand prize; a $25 donation gets participants 3 entries and a digital thank you from TrainWreck director Judd Apatow; and a $50 donation gets participants 7 entries and a digital thank you from Judd Apatow plus a shout out on Twitter from Amy Schumer.

The premiere contest follows a previous charitable endeavor framed around the film as well. During the month of June, stars from the movie went on a comedy tour to benefit various charities in seven cities.

Source:

CrowdRise

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