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Selita Ebanks, Travie McCoy and More Attend Bounce Sporting Club's R.A.K.E Karaoke Fundraiser

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Selita Ebanks, Travie McCoy and More Attend Bounce Sporting Club's R.A.K.E Karaoke Fundraiser

Last night, Monday, April 28th, Bounce Sporting Club, New York's premier upscale sports-meets-nightlife destination, hosted the first official fundraiser for R.A.K.E - a Cleveland based charity founded by Ricky Smith, dedicated to supporting the community in a positive way by encouraging random acts of kindness in strangers.

This marked the first of a monthly series of celebrity karaoke that Bounce will be hosting.

Last night's celebrity singers included Selita Ebanks, and Travie McCoy, who enjoyed singing their hearts out to their favorite tunes played by the Matt Cusson Band while sipping on Bounce's signature cocktails and sampling the delicious food. All proceeds from the evening benefited R.A.K.E.

ABOUT BOUNCE SPORTING CLUB: Located in New York City's Flatiron District and presented by BrandIt Hospitality, Bounce Sporting Club is not your typical sports bar, it's a carefully curated hybrid of the best in nightlife and entertainment with an atmosphere of unparalleled style. Pioneering a new breed of upscale sportsbar destinations, Bounce Sporting Club has completely changed the landscape of the nightlife scene for fashionable, in-the-know New Yorkers. Known for their daytime Sunday Funday parties that have become a must-go spot in NYC-Bounce boasts an impressive 30 high definition televisions showing all of the primetime games, top-shelf spirits and craft beers, fine dining, game-day specials and guest DJs, situated in a retro inspired ambiance. For partygoers looking for enjoy a more intimate setting, Bounce Sporting Club's guests can retreat to the Living Room, a semi-private space situated at the back of the venue which features a variety of VIP tables where guests can relax and let loose. The space is also ideal for corporate events, private parties and birthdays. Welcome to a different breed of sports bar, where the dive around the corner has been replaced by the player's clubhouse.

Photo Credit: Jerrit Clark/WireImage

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