Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation Presents LOVE JAM: Boogie to End Breast Cancer on September 22

Dancing with the Stars Louis Van Amstel set to lead Breast Cancer Dance Benefit; Participants Encouraged to Submit Videos to Select Official Love Jam Dance

HOLLYWOOD, CA - The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation hosts the second annual Love Jam: Boogie to End Breast Cancer on Thursday, September 22 at Club Rise at the Highlands in Hollywood. Love Jam is a dance benefit in support of the Foundation's efforts to eradicate breast cancer and improve the quality of women's health through innovative research, education and advocacy. Celebrity guest Louis Van Amstel from ABC's hit show Dancing With the Stars will be there to lead attendees, both women and men, in some of today's most popular dance moves.

There will be a full bar and fabulous appetizers. Tickets are available for a donation of $55 at http://dslrf.kintera.org/lovejam2011.Discounted student tickets are also available. Attendees must be 18 years or older.

The Official "Love Jam" Dance - Submit a Video!
Join the pre-Love Jam Dance Party online and help decide the official dance number for Love Jam! Grab your friends, practice your moves, and record a fabulous dance video to the Bee Gee's hit song "Stayin' Alive"!

The top videos will be showcased on the Foundation's website, where everyone will vote for their favorite dance with a donation-so no matter where you are, you can boogie to end breast cancer!

To learn more and to submit your video - visit http://dslrf.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=484824. Deadline to submit your video is September 7th.

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About the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation
The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation, an accredited 501 (c) (3) public charity was founded in 1983 to eradicate breast cancer and improve the quality of women's health through innovative research, education, and advocacy. While advances have been made in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, it is the Foundation's mission to discover the causes of breast cancer and how to prevent its development. For more information on the foundation, please visit www.dslrf.org.