Paintball Fundraiser Gets Support from Comedian Ron Funches, Deadpool Writer Brian Posehn and Other Celebrities
(DL) – A host of celebrities outside and inside paintball have stepped up to support an upcoming paintball event, Paint for Awareness. Deadpool writer Brian Posehn, comedian Ron Funches, star of family film Trolls, and comedian Tapeface and others are part of this event.
Paintball player Scott Ellenberger produced this event to be held at Pasadena Paintball Park (410-439-0039) in Curtis bay Maryland just outside of Baltimore Maryland. If you live in Philadelphia to Pittsburgh or as near south as Richmond Virginia, come out and paintball with celebrity pro player DangerMan on Saturday March 23, 2019. Bring some cash for the raffles.
Celebrities In Paintball and Outside Paintball Give Back
Comedian Tapeface has also provided his own signature on raffled items. Celebrity paintball player DangerMan is bringing give-away items from his sponsors Dye Paintball, Dyzana Sports and others. High end paintball gear is up to be raffled off too!
You Don’t Have To Play Paintball To Win
The raffle is open to everyone. You just need to attend the event which takes place all day.
Kennedy Krieger Institute
The proceeds will go to Kennedy Krieger Institute.
While not officially a scenario paintball event, it will have the player count and energy of a big game day. Come out and play as a walk-on player switching sides throughout your day to play with whoever you want! Sign-up!
To play paintball, you can sign-up in advance or just check the prices:
If you’ve never played paintball, this is a great opportunity to experience the game in the safest possible environment. Legendary paintball player from YouTube, DangerMan will be giving free paintball clinics offering up tactical gameplay advice and techniques he’s developed as a world champion woodsball paintball player.
You don’t want to miss this day of paintball. To learn more visit Pasadena Paintball Park (410-439-0039) in Curtis bay Maryland or visit to the Kennedy Krieger Institute fundraiser page. It all happens March 23, 2019. Don’t miss it!
Do you want to help with autism through paintball? Join us!