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Central Carolina First In Families Announces Exclusive Benefit Screening of "The Crash Reel", March 20 7PM, Carrboro

20 years of stunning action footage of snowboard champion Sean White along with colleague Kevin Pearce's training accident, brain injury, and recovery (March 12, 2014)

DURHAM, N.C., March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Central Carolina First In Families (CCFIF) is proud to announce an exclusive benefit screening of the award-winning documentary "The Crash Reel". The action-packed snowboarding film documents the life altering traumatic brain injury suffered by U.S. champion snowboarder Kevin Pearce.

Thanks to a generous sponsorship by BAYADA Habilitation, CCFIF will be showing the film at The ArtsCenter at 300-G East Main Street in Carrboro, NC on March 20th at 7pm. The screening coincides with Brain Injury Awareness Month. All proceeds from ticket sales will go directly to supporting local families affected by a Traumatic Brain Injury or Developmental Disability. The high octane sports film is the second in CCFIF's fundraiser film series.

Made by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Lucy Walker, "The Crash Reel" explores the dangerous side of the popular extreme sport that nearly cost snowboarder Pearce his life during a training accident. The film documents the trajectory of Kevin Pearce's life from its pinnacle as a renowned snowboarder with Olympic aspirations, his terrible crash and coma, his recovery from a Traumatic Brain Injury, and his new role as an advocate for TBI research and education.


BAYADA Habilitation provides home and community-based services for children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. BAYADA has specially trained staff who can assist with the self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills needed to live independently at home and participate in community activities such as shopping, personal banking, and recreation. Support services also include help with meal preparation, bathing, and dressing.

Central Carolina First In Families serves families in Orange, Chatham, and Person counties of North Carolina. Their mission is to help people with disabilities and their families to believe in their dreams, achieve their goals, and give back to others. CCFIF provides resources for needed goods and services, help reaching goals and planning for the future, and opportunities to give back to the community. BAYADA Habilitation's generous support has made it possible for CCFIF to host "The Crash Reel" benefit to raise more funds to support local families. Advance tickets for the 7 o'clock March 20th screening are available online at and or in person at The ArtCenter box office at 300-G East Main Street in Carrboro, NC. Learn more about "The Crash Reel" at

Tickets and Details:

Peter Mora
Central Carolina First In Families
3109 University Drive, Suite 100
Durham, NC 27707
Telephone: 919-251-8368

SOURCE Central Carolina First in Families and Robert Weiner Associates

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