'Friends'-Themed Charity Bar Crawl To Take Place in Tremont in July

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COURTESY OF A SPECIAL WISH FOUNDATION CLEVELAND CHAPTER
  • Courtesy of A Special Wish Foundation Cleveland Chapter
A special Friends-themed Charity Bar Crawl to benefit the Cleveland Chapter of A Special Wish Foundation will take place on July 24 in Tremont.

Participating bars include the Treehouse, HI and DRY, Dante, CODA, Post 58, Edison’s Pub and the Flying Monkey Pub. The event will take place from noon to 4 p.m. and registration will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the Treehouse patio.



Bar crawlers will be split into eight teams and rotate every 30 minutes to each participating bar.

“We look forward to engaging with the community again while raising funds to grant wishes for the A Special Wish Cleveland kiddos battling life-threatening illnesses” says Robin Carpenter, the Marketing and Events Manager at A Special Wish Cleveland, a non-profit that grants wishes for children from birth up to 20 years of age, in a statement.



Tickets to the Friends Charity Bar Crawl in Tremont cost $25 (plus a handling fee) and will include a Friends-themed T-shirt, a suggested route pass, signature drink specials at each bar and a special prize at the finish line at the Treehouse patio.

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