Saturday, January 19, 2013

Fully Involved Comedy Tour- Benefit

Adam Ferrara ;Rescue Me, Top Gear USA
On February 20th, 2013, Adam Ferrara will take the stage at House of Blues (San Diego) to perform two fund raising comedy shows. The event is called the "Fully Involved Comedy Tour." All ticket sales will benefit the Feal Good Foundation, Terry Farrell Fund, NYC Bravest Scholarship Fund & the 9/11 Patch Project Fund. Tickets available at TICKETMASTER.

Adam, best known for his role as Chief "Needles" Nelson in the hit FX series Rescue Me, is currently the co-host for Top Gear USA. Adam also has three Comedy Central hits to his name, including the hit, "Funny as Hell." 

The two comedy-fund raising shows will take place during the annual Firehouse World convention at the San Diego Convention Center, located just a few blocks from the House of Blues. The shows will provide entertainment for the visiting and local firefighters and are open to the general public.

$911 sponsorships are being offered to help offset the costs of producing the two shows. In return for the sponsorship commitments, sponsors will have their logos & company names on the large stage banner, logo's- names- links in the show program and lifetime advertising and promotion benefits from the shows producer, the 9/11 Patch Project.

The four 9/11 Patches
The 9/11 Patch Project is the world's largest, longest running and farthest reaching firefighter-owned 9/11 project. Formed in December of 2001, the projects goals have been to remember the heroes of 9/11 and raise funds for 9/11 related organizations. The four 9/11 Tribute uniform patches the project has sold for the past 11 years, have raised over $200,000 and become the permanent uniform tribute for over 9000 public safety and U.S. military organizations in 30 countries.

The project was founded by Firefighter/Paramedic Brett Hill who was active from 1986-2006 in the Southern California area. Retired after an on-the-job injury, Hill currently works as a Fire Inspector for Paramount Studios in Hollywood.

Also, co-producing the shows, is the apparel company, Xtreme Valor (co-owned by two of FDNY's Bravest)


  1. When the killer of 347 FIREMAN will pay for it ? That is what we have to fight for.

  2. Sadly the event has been cancelled as of 2/8/13. Just no support in the way of sponsorships or ticket sales form local FD's and exhibiting companies at Firehouse World.