By day, Lacie Browning is a Walmart People Lead Manager. By night, she is renowned throughout Orlando and the state of Florida as a Drag Entertainer extraordinaire! On November 10, Browning is taking on a new role by performing at the American Lung Association’s Lip Sync For Lungs at Novel Lucerne.
Browning got connected with the Lung Association through Billie Jo Clark, a former Lip Sync For Lungs performer. She decided to participate in the event because her father had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and she has several other relatives living with the disease.
“[Lip Sync For Lungs] is a great benefit to help with research to help with finding cures and aids to help with lung diseases,” she said.
For the event on November 10, Browning will compete against three other Orlando celebrities in an epic show-down to win the title of Lip Sync Battle Champion. She said that the audience can expect her Lip Sync For Lungs performance to be entertaining with an amazing message.
For Browning, it is important for her to support the Lung Association to “Help to benefit research for medicines and cures for too common lung issues.”
The Lip Sync For Lungs will be held November 10 at Novel Lucerne, with an at-home viewing option offered as well. Learn more about the event, get tickets and help Lacie Browning meet her fundraising goal by voting at LipSyncForLungsOrlando.org.
About the American Lung Association
The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, advocacy and research. The work of the American Lung Association is focused on four strategic imperatives: to defeat lung cancer; to champion clean air for all; to improve the quality of life for those with lung disease and their families; and to create a tobacco-free future. For more information about the American Lung Association, which has a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator and is a Gold-Level GuideStar Member, or to support the work it does, call 1-800-LUNGUSA (1-800-586-4872) or visit: Lung.org.