Super Pal Universe Update!!!


November 13th 2007- The Super Pal Universe, Sara Hickman’s tween-age band and
“edutainment” brand, is celebrating their launch with a year end gala at the newly reno-
vated Alamo Drafthouse Ritz Theatre on Sunday, December 9th.

“The Super Pal Universe Gala,” a multi media experience, will feature music, video, giveaways and more
and will run from 3 to 5 PM. Tickets available at

Open to kids and families, the gala will feature an amazing set of auction and raffle
items to help raise funds for the band’s first CD release. Auction and raffle items in-
clude computers, cameras, ice cream parties, Little Richard tickets and more.

Leading up to the gala on December 9th, the band will make an appearance at Shady
Grove on Friday, November 23rd from 3 to 5 pm at a family friendly event to promote
the “Chuy’s Children Giving to Children Parade.”

Subsequently, on Saturday, November 24th the Super Pal Universe and Sara Hickman
will be featured in the parade performing atop the GSD&M/ Idea City float.

“Super Pal Universe is a group of real kids learning the ups and downs of being a real
band, from their first gig together at Austin City Limits to working towards making a
recording,” says Sara Hickman. “I feel honored to work with both a devoted, talented
group of kids and with an amazing team working toward the same goal: TV and music
for kids and tweens!”

All activity is being taped for future webisodes of the “Super Pal Universe.”
For more information, booking or sponsorship inquiry please call John Rodriguez (J-Ro)
at 512-748-6175 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


The Super Pal Universe mission is to provide high quality educational entertainment
that addresses critical social, emotional and cognitive issues faced by pre-teens in to-
day’s society. The program focuses on a musical band of pre-teens called Super Pal
Universe, with Sara Hickman as their mentor and manager. The program features local,
non-professional kids and blends original music with reality-based and entertaining
video content. A core component of the program is also encouraging activism and in-
volvement from the kids in our audience, including creation of original content that may
be posted on our website and featured in our programs. Our ongoing programming and
video contests will focus on real and compelling issues that pre-teens and the global
community at large face today – the environment, health, family issues and issues of
self awareness and character.

For more information, visit our website at

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