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Thursday, July 19, 2007


Reading, PA – July 19, 2007 - Southeastern Pennsylvania area Iraqi and Afghani war veterans and their immediate families are invited to a picnic, to be held in their honor, at the Blue Falls Grove & Water Park on Bowers Road, off of Rt. 73 between Hwy 61 and Rt. 222, on the north side of Reading, from noon until 5:00pm on Sunday July 29th.

The public is also invited to attend the picnic, which is being organized by the Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Club of Pennsylvania, to personally thank the war veterans for their sacrifice. Non-Iraqi and non-Afghani war veterans and the public can eat for only $5 per person, which will help cover event expenses; non-alcoholic drinks are not included in the $5 charge, but will be available for purchase. All children under 6 eat for free. There will be no charge to the Iraqi and Afghani war veterans for their food and drinks.

For this event, discounted access passes to the Blue Falls pool will be available at the water park entrance for $5, and discounted access passes to the pool and slide will be available for $10. Iraqi and Afghani war veterans will be admitted to the pool and slide for free. You can learn more about the Blue Falls Grove & Water Park, and get directions to the facility, at:

Hamburgers, hot dogs, cole slaw, potato salad, macaroni salad and cookies will be served from noon until 2:00pm or until the food is gone; drinks will be available until 5:00pm. Everyone attending is encouraged to bring their own chairs and small tables.

Merchants are also encouraged to participate as sponsors by calling Vietnam Vets MC spokesman Fuzz Terreson at 610-693-6863. All Iraqi and Afghani war veterans attending are asked to call any of the following numbers to confirm their attendance: 610-378-5601 ext. 8152 or ext. 8153 or ext 8154.

Part of an episode for the “Living On The Edge” television reality show will be filmed during the picnic. For this new Harley-themed show the Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Club will be the primary focus of the cameras. Crews will be filming in the Reading area for close to one week.

Each episode of “Living On The Edge” will feature a corporate personality or celebrity who will be infused into the lives of various motorcycle club members, spending time with the members’ families, at their jobs, and in the communities they live.

For the Vietnam Vets episode, Mr. Terreson said that corporate executive Michael Crowe will appear as a guest of the Vietnam Vets Motorcycle Club. At the picnic, Crowe will be presenting the first 200 Iraqi and Afghani war veterans with a complimentary copy of a best selling book; either a copy of “Journey Towards Justice” by Dennis Fritz or “Out In Bad Standings” by Edward Winterhalder.

Authors Fritz and Winterhalder have accepted invitations to appear at the picnic and will autograph their respective books for the war veterans. Copies of their books will also be on hand for sale to the public.Fritz spent 12 years of his life wrongfully imprisoned for a murder he did not commit. Freed from prison through DNA testing in 1999, his remarkable story is also the subject of John Grisham's latest blockbuster “The Innocent Man”. The movie rights for Grisham’s book have been sold to Hollywood star George Clooney. Production is scheduled to begin in 2008.

Winterhalder, a high ranking world leader of the notorious Bandidos Motorcycle Club until his departure from the club in 2003, is one of the world’s leading authorities on motorcycle clubs. In addition to “Out In Bad Standings” he is a contributing author to “The Mammoth Book of Bikers” and the Executive Producer of the “Living On The Edge” TV show.

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