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Twisted Sister Presents Check to Autism Speaks

October 03, 2007

Today, members of the rock group Twisted Sister, presented a check for more than $17,000 to Autism Speaks, at the VH1 Classic headquarters in New York City. The check represents a portion of the proceeds from “Twisted Christmas”, a holiday CD that benefited Cure Autism Now. The initiative was a part of VH1 Classic's Rock Autism campaign, created to spread awareness and raise funds. Razor & Tie and VH1 Classic Records partnered with Twisted Sister to guarantee a portion of the album's proceeds would benefit CAN. View highlights of the Twisted Sister check presentation at VH1 Classic headquarters. (Windows Media Video, ~1 minute) L-R: Michael Krumper (Razor & Tie), Jay Jay French (Twisted Sister), Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), Paul DeGooyer (VH1 Classic Records), Rick Krim (VH1), Mark Spellman (CAN), Alison Singer (Autism Speaks)

Photo credit: Sean Martin/VH1