This Sunday August 18th rock legend, reality TV star and philanthropist Bret Michaels teams up with WWE Superstars For Hope and the Make A Wish Foundation taking on the role of social network ambassador surrounding WWE’s annual “Summerslam” pay per view event which takes place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA. “I am truly honored that WWE has asked me to be a part of their Superstars For Hope / Make A Wish Foundation initiative surrounding the Summerslam pay per view event. I have always enjoyed the insane athleticism and high energy entertainment put out by WWE. From the greats of yesterday to the stars of today, watching WWE is something that I enjoy with my daughters” said Michaels adding that “Current members of my staff also enjoy WWE as well as former staff members Big John and Big Ray who were also wrestlers in their own right”.

“Michaels Entertainment Group, Inc. and The Bret Michaels Life Rocks Foundation applaud WWE’s continued efforts and work with charitable organizations like Make A Wish” said MEGI representative Patrick Edwards adding “Make A Wish is a great organization that does a fantastic job in helping children realize their wishes much the same way Bret, who has suffered and battled lifelong juvenile diabetes, formed his own Bret Michaels’ Life Rocks Foundation and fights so hard to help as many individuals in need including those battling diabetes, childhood and adult cancer, our nation’s military heroes and animal rescue shelters”.

Michaels can also be seen Sunday nights on the hit show “Rock My RV with Bret Michaels” which airs in the 10PM EST/ 9PM CST timeslot on Travel Channel as well as in PetSmart stores everywhere via his Bret Michaels’ Pets Rock collection line of pet toys and accessories.

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Bret with Ava Holder and her mother Chrisie


Ava Holder


Honoring our nation’s military heroes onstage


Sending children like Cassie to diabetes camp