Lucky’s Book signing party 5/13/11 – Please come!!! Bring friends and family!!!

Lucky’s book release and signing carnival will be here soon.  All the profits go to the YMCA Aquatic Center Scholarship Fund, which directly impacts our swim team.  We would like all swimmers, families, and friends to show up for the event whether you purchase a book or not. We need to fill the aquatic center with supporters on the 13th

Doc Lucky Meisenheimer
Book Release and Signing Party
Friday May 13th 6pm
YMCA Aquatic Center
8433 International drive
(407-363-1911)

“THE IMMUNE”
A Sci-Fi thriller with political intrigue

“It just might be the sleeper hit of the year.”
Speculative Book Review

All profits of book sales for the event go to
YMCA Aquatic Center Scholarship Fund
(Think great Father’s Day gift)

Over $10,000.00 raised so far . . .

$4000.00+ in door prizes including eight Botox treatments.
Food, music, and several contests for kids and adults.

Come early (5-6pm) and meet Rowdy Gaines triple Olympic Gold
Medalist and NBC Olympic Sportscaster.

Sign up at the event to be a zombie in a TV pilot “The Zombie Cause”
to be filmed later this summer.

We have a documentary crew filming and Orlando Magazine
and SWB will be  covering  the event.

You do not have to be a member of the Y to attend this event.
Bring family and friends!!!!!

http://www.TheImmune.com  

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About doclucky

Doc Lucky Meisenheimer is a dermatologic surgeon, chief of the dermatology division at Orlando Regional Medical Center, and author of multiple scientific and general publications. His science fiction novel, "The Immune", won the 2012 International Book Awards for Science Fiction. His first non-fiction book, Lucky's Collectors Guide to 20th Century Yo-Yos, is in the Smithsonian Institution collection. He currently holds the Guinness World Record for the largest yo-yo collection. An avid swimmer, he is a former Masters world record holder and national champion. A member of the Screen Actors Guild, he wrote and directed National Lampoon's RoboDoc Dissected: The Making of RoboDoc.
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