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STAIND Gives A Green Performance As Part Of Hard Rock's 2008 Ambassadors of Rock Tour

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NYC get ready!  On August 19th, Hard Rock International will host a special performance by rock band STAIND live from Times Square. The event will celebrate the release of STAIND’s new album as Hard Rock teams up with VH1 Save The Music to help raise funds and awareness for music education. 

Because green is the new everything, Hard Rock is trying to be as eco-friendly as possible by not only offsetting power usage for the event by purchasing 94 TONS of CO2 offsets, but also teaming up with Bette Midler’s New York Park Restoration Project to plant 25 native trees in New York City.  

Sean Dee, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, said: “Some of the biggest names in music have become part of our Ambassadors of Rock program over the last three years — from The Who, The Police and Eric Clapton, to Bon Jovi, Fergie and John Mayer. We are thrilled that STAIND joins the exclusive list of Hard Rock Ambassadors.'”

So jump on the 1 train and head down to Times Square on August 19th to see STAIND perform live. For more info visit HardRock.com!

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