PRLog - March 30, 2011 - New York City – March 29, 2011 –The House Research Institute (HRI) announced that it will host "Sound Rules! A Sound & Hearing Celebration"
Sound Rules! A Sound & Hearing Celebration website
House Research Institute is a leading non-profit, formerly known as House Ear Institute, dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with hearing loss and related disorders through scientific research, patient care and the sharing of knowledge.
The two-hour event -- part of HRI's healthy hearing teen initiative "It's How You Listen that Counts®" which has educated millions of teens around the world since 2006 -- will feature a fun-filled, information-
"As a rock musician I’ve seen the damage caused by noise-induced hearing loss first hand. It’s important to get the word out to young people who may be damaging their hearing – often times without even knowing it," commented Paul Stanley. "Noise-
In addition to providing entertainment and information from Paul Stanley and leading experts from House Research Institute, "Sound Rules" will feature other activities including a teen game show, a chance to win valuable prizes and a unique pre-event "Sound Choice Video Essay Contest." The video essay contest encourages teenagers to view the educational material about hearing loss prevention on the institute’s teen Website at www.earbud.org, then demonstrate what they’ve learned in a creative way by producing a video essay. The grand-prize winner, who will need to be present at the event to claim their prize, will be announced by Paul Stanley at the SoundRules! event on May 4th. The grand prize is an electric guitar autographed by Paul Stanley. There will be a number of other fun contests and prizes as part of the event. For complete event details and teen registration, visit www.soundrules.org.
Following are details on the event:
Wednesday, May 4 between 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
The Director's Guild of America (DGA) Theatre
110 West 57th Street, New York, NY
Space is limited for the event and reservations are required. For more information and registration, visit http://www.soundrules.org. For more information about HRI's "It's How You Listen That Counts®" initiative, please visit http://www.earbud.org.