Poop Culture & Brutus Beefcake VS. Leukemia & Lymphoma!
1980's Utopia Island-Dan Brokaw (AP)
The popular Poop Culture Podcast is proud to announce that they will be in attendance at this year's ComiCONN "A Show For The Fans By The Fans!" at The Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT on June 10th and 11th.
After brainstorming on ideas for the event, they took one that was near and dear to their souls. So many men and women of all ages are stricken by Leukemia & Lymphoma. The wear and tear that it can do to the body and mind is fought by groups such as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and as it turns out, wrestling legend Brutus Beefcake who will also be in attendance in Mashantucket!
It was at that moment when lightning struck and onebrave member of the Poop Crue stepped forward for the challenge. That challenge? To meet the shears of the one, the only, Brutus Beefcake. They reached out to Brutus and the idea turned into reality in motion. That motion will meet on June 10th as Marc James, of the Poop Culture Podcast will shed his hair and wretched beard at the hands of one Brutus Beefcake!
While they are having fun doing this, it is also for a worthwhile cause. Please support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by donating what you can. We understand that not everyone can reach deep into their pocketbooks and for those that can't check out other ways to get involved. For those that can, plop it down, because the mane is coming off and Marc will rue the day he met Beefcake on June 10th in Mashantucket, CT at the Foxwoods Casino!
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