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March 12, 2007

LOS ANGELES — Rocker Vince Neil once again will team with the most popular figures and companies in adult entertainment to raise money to fight cancer, leukemia and AIDS at the annual Skylar Neil Memorial Golf Tournament.

Neil, who began the tournament in 1995 after he lost his daughter Skylar to cancer, has worked with the adult industry for the charity event to raise more than $1 million for research over the years.

Now in its 11th year, the event will be held May 4 at Lost Canyons Golf Club in Simi Valley, Calif. After a day of golf, attendees will have the chance to participate in a charity auction featuring celebrity memorabilia, while enjoying food, drinks and entertainment.

During each successive year of the tournament, the adult industry has become more involved. Previous sponsors and participants have included such industry giants as Playboy, Vivid, Wicked Pictures, Elegant Angel, Pure Play Media, Red Light District, Hustler and Zero Tolerance.

Past industry attendees have included such female performers as Jenna Jameson, Danni Ashe, Jessica Drake, Sunny Lane, Rita Faltoyano, Mari Possa, Flower Tucci, Tianna Lynn, Tori Lane, Carmen Hart, Savannah Sampson, Ashton Moore, Devon Lane, Brianna Banks and Britney Skye. Male talent who have lent their support to the event in the past include Ron Jeremy, Steven St. Croix, Randy West and Cousin Stevie from Showtime’s “Family Business.”

Tournament coordinator Alan Koenig said he is actively looking for support this year from the adult entertainment industry.

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