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June 02, 2016

A-Team Capt. Ryan Rose & Falcon Employees Ride to End AIDS

SAN FRANCISCO—Falcon Studios Group A-Team Captain Ryan Rose, VP Production Adam Q. Robinson and VP Technology Michael Sijacic are joining thousands of other participants on June 5 for AIDS/LifeCycle, a seven-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. In an effort to help raise money for AIDS/LifeCycle, the world’s largest fundraising event to end AIDS, and Falcon Studios Group participants, the group is holding a special sale and donating a portion of the sales to the fundraising efforts of Rose, Robinson and Sijacic. The AIDS/Lifecycle Benefit Download Sale is live now through the end of the 545-mile ride, and the group will donate at least $3,500 to the participants. The three Falcon Studios Group riders have already raised the substantial total of over $22,000 thus far. Falcon Studios Group will also include direct links to the three riders in the promotion. Should fans of the group or industry colleagues wish to donate to any of the group’s riders, they can access the donations pages of Ryan Rose, Adam Q. Robinson and Michael Sijacic.  “This is a very special cause to Falcon Studios Group, and we are so proud of Ryan, Adam and Mike for dedicating their time and efforts to fundraising and training to complete AIDS/Lifecycle 2016,” praised Falcon Studios Group President Tim Valenti. “We are happy to donate to such a worthy organization and a cause that is close to the hearts of our fans.” Adam Q. Robinson expressed his thanks, saying “We are so grateful to the company and to all the fans who have already donated. These contributions will help us reach our fundraising goals, and provide much needed services to the HIV/AIDS communities served by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center. The Los Angeles LGBT Center and San Francisco AIDS Foundation, which are the beneficiaries and producers of AIDS/LifeCycle, are at the forefront of efforts to reduce new HIV infections and are dedicated to ensuring access to proper medical care for anyone who needs it. Both organizations deliver essential community programs and services for HIV education, prevention, testing, and care. For more information about AIDS/LifeCycle and how to donate or participate, visit AIDSLifeCycle.org.

 
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