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  • powerhand44 powerhand44 Jun 23, 2013 8:41 AM Flag

    good turn out but any money for POW! ??

    There was no shortage of superheroes, both the real-life military variety and the kind clad in Spider-Man costumes, Saturday night at the Daughtry rock concert in Santa Maria.

    The event put on as part of Stan Lee’s Pow!er Concerts series to benefit military personnel was held at the Santa Maria Elks/Unocal Event Center.

    A number of attendees turned out in superhero costume, and took part in a costume contest ahead of the Daughtry show.

    Not only did those who turned out for the concert enjoy a rocking performance, but the first 100 people in line also had the opportunity to meet Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee.

    A portion of revenue from the Daughtry concert will benefit morale and welfare programs at Vandenberg Air Force Base, and a percentage of revenue from the concert supports charitable organizations, including Wounded Warriors and the Semper Fi Fund.

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    • Money. I doubt it. I just watched the news report, POW! Didn't get any publicity out of it. Stan wasn't billed as POW! CEO, but just as Stan Lee comic creator.

      • 1 Reply to rickn23
      • it makes you wonder some time what POW! is up to ,is every thing a party for the people @ POW! at the expense of the shareholders look at the party for the Comikaze ? now they need to have a party to get it going ??and look CEO Regina Carpinelli on twitter party party party at the expense of the shareholders too ?? I glad I got 90% out when it hit .10/.11 I have more questions than answers now ! The only thing that will make me buyback in more is hard movie news or good reports , not this fluff they send out now I'm still wondering about those youtube videos about all the movie talk for this year ...well this year is half over now ...what gives

        Sentiment: Hold

 
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