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thursday august 29th | 7pm (5:30 pm VIP reception) | Pazo - 1425 Aliceanna St., Baltimore, MD 21231

The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults and Racing for Cancer are excited to partner with Ryan & Beccy Hunter-Reay to host The Yellow Party, presented by AutoNation. This event is the official kickoff to the 2013 Grand Prix of Baltimore presented by SRT. Please join us for a very special evening to raise money and awareness for these amazing cancer fighting organizations. Secure your sponsorship and reserved seating today!

Go on sale August 1, 2013

Beccy and I are very excited to host the 2nd Annual Yellow Party Baltimore and we invite you to join us for this special event. Our visit to Baltimore over Labor Day weekend will be a special one – I will be defending my title as the 2012 Grand Prix of Baltimore Champion and we will be hosting the Yellow Party on Thursday evening to kick off the weekend in style.

This years event will take place at Pazo, one of Baltimore's award winning restaurants, it will feature an acoustic performance by multi-platinum band +LIVE+ and we will have some of the top names in Indy racing joining us. And if that wasn't enough, we will raise money to support two amazing cancer fighting charities - Racing for Cancer and the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.

We can tell you the team in place is planning a great evening! We couldn't think of a better way to kick off the Grand Prix of Baltimore than to help in the global fight against cancer! We look forward to seeing you there!

Ryan and Beccy Hunter-Reay
2012 Grand Prix of Baltimore Champion
2012 IZOD Indycar Racing Champion

About Ryan Hunter-Reay:

Ryan is America's most successful Indycar driver with more wins than all other American drives combined. Ryan and Andretti Autosport proudly run the number 28 in honor of the 28 million people worldwide fighting cancer. The number is in integral part of Ryan's never-ending mission to raise awareness and funds for the fight against cancer. Personally for Ryan the number 28 is a memory of his mother, Lydia, and her tremendous battle with the disease. Ryan and his wife Beccy created The Yellow Party in Indianapolis in conjunction with the Indy 500 and are excited to bring it to Baltimore for the Grand Prix ofBaltimore.

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