LOS ANGELES — Adult performer Jack Lawrence will be representing the AIM Healthcare Foundation and the industry on the AIDS/LifeCycle ride from May 31 to June 6. Lawrence will be riding his bicycle 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles along with over 3,000 other cyclists to raise funds and awareness for critical programs to end HIV and AIDS.
Each of the 3,000-plus riders will have raised at least $3,000 for HIV and AIDS related charities.
"Just because HIV and AIDS isn't mentioned in the news anymore, it dosn't mean it went away," Lawrence said. "I would also like to show that our industry is cognizant about the disease, care about those from our industry who were affected in the past and care about promoting education, prevention, testing, treatment and ultimately finding a cure.
The AIM Healthcare Foundation has named Lawrence their p.r. liaison for this event. "We are happy to have Jack Lawrence represent us on this ride amongst the other cyclists and with the media," according to a statement from AIM. "He's a former volunteer here at AIM and we look forward to his ability to show how the testing works to the media as well as with individual contact with the other cyclists." AIM is also taking donations at both of its clinics in his name to support the cause.
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Adult entertainment companies interested in premium sponsorship opportunities where their logos will be prominently displayed on Lawrence's bike, may contact Lawrence directly at [email protected] for further details.