Uprising Running Card Feb. 13 in Long Island City, Queens

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UPRISING PROMOTIONS RETURNS TO LONG ISLAND CITY ON FEB. 13th

Ronson Frank

Promotion Returning to Long Island City with Emphasis to KO AutismNew York, N.Y. (Monday, December 29, 2014) – Ronson Frank's Uprising Promotions, in association with Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin, has confirmed its next show for Friday, February 13th, at the Five Star Banquet Hall in Long Island City, Queens.

The card, entitled “The Big Pay Back,” continues the initiative of Uprising Promotions to KO Autism, and proceeds from the night will be donated to The School For Language and Communication Development (SLCD) in Glen Cove, New York. “We are expecting a great show, and it will be an all-action card with competitive matches,” said Ronson Frank, President of Uprising Promotions.

“We will be supporting a great cause to raise autism awareness, and proceeds from the show will be donated to the SLCD. We are expecting a big turnout once again, and we invite everyone to come join us for a great night of boxing.” Five Star Banquet Hall is located at 13-05 43rd Avenue in Long Island City, Queens.

Tickets for the February 13th card are priced at $60 for general admission and $100 for ringside seating. There is also a table option with dinner, beer/wine and seating with a celebrity fighter. For pricing on those tables, call (516) 451-6773. Final fight negotiations are underway for the February 13th show, and the entire bout card will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

This show is being sponsored by Resolution Sports, Brooklyn Brothers and Charlie's Auto Collision in Long Island City. For more information on Uprising Promotions and to keep up with all of our latest news, make sure to check out www.UprisingPromotions.com and follow on social media @UprisingNYC.

UPRISING PROMOTIONS MISSION STATEMENT:

Our mission is to grow interest in the sport of boxing in New York City by showcasing entertaining and evenly matched fights. We are focused on providing opportunities to local New York City area fighters.

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