Friday, March 23, 2007

Concert to benefit Dan Knudsen & Family

From the Cedarville U family, I pass on this announcement, especially for those in the Ohio area. Click on the links below.

>>> Stevens Student Ctr Mgt 3/23/2007 9:33 AM >>>

Most in our campus community are aware of the accident that one of our students, Dan Knudsen, had over spring break on a MIS trip to Mexico. The accident has left him seriously injured and he is currently being cared for at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago.

In an effort to help Dan and his family during this time, the
university has decided to donate $1 per Shane and Shane concert ticket sold to the Knudsen family along with any profit made from the concert. The break even point for the concert is approximately 1300 tickets sold. After we reach the break even point, 100% of the profit from ticket sales will go directly to the Knudsen family. The goal is to sell approximately 2000 tickets so that we can send the Knudsen's a substantial gift to assist them during this time.

Tickets for this March 31st concert will be available at the
Information Center during normal business hours. More information on the concert is available at www.shaneandshane.com and on the CU web calendar at
http://www.cedarville.edu/cf/calendar/viewsingleevent.cfm?ID=0870a476-e140-559e-df2c-974056ee6410

5 comments:

Steve Evers said...

Greetings...

Maybe we who can not be at the concert could all purchase tickets and cause the concert to sell many, many thousands more than can attend. I find that this link will take you directly to be able to purchase tickets online. Blessings to the whole Knudsen family...May Dan be used in a mighty, eternal way....

http://www.itickets.com/events/174922.html

Matt & Anne said...

I was wondering the same - can we each purchase a ticket even if we are unable to attend the concert so the extra proceeds can go to the family? If everyone who's been "blogging" each purchased ONE ticket - just imagine the amount that would be raised! Would this mess things up logistically for CU? Can anyone check?

Anonymous said...

I might not be here next weekend, but I still plan to contribute. Praying that you have a peaceful night. You all are such a blessing to me!
~Esperanza

Anonymous said...

I was wondering the same thing...is someone checking on that? the morzaks

Anonymous said...

If I remember right, the DMC holds around 4000 max, but I know they have called concerts 'sold out' before with less than that due to fire hazards. Not sure how many tickets are gone as of now, but I'm sure there are still some up for grabs. I'm going!! :)