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Upcoming Event: Veterans' Comedy Show

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Are you ready to laugh? Then you don't want to miss this upcoming comedy event sponsored by Marcellus Crayton. Marcellus Crayton is a Austin, Texas native who has always known he was funny, but never thought he had what it took to become a comedian. His journey as a professional comedian started 3 years ago, when he took on a dare from a group of friends and he performed standup comedy at a local comedy club. Marcellus' act received critical acclaim from several comedic veterans, who carry under their belts decades of being in the business. After the first performance he knew that he had found his calling of being a stand-up comedian . Crayton has since won a comedy competition and has performed on two comedy tours throughout the state of Texas. He has also opened for several locally acclaimed comedians as well as a few well known comedians. Adding to his list of talents, Marcellus recently ventured into the television industry. The now comedian actor landed a commercial upon his first audition, He is currently working on supporting other charity events and furthering his career in comedy.

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This weekend Marcellus Crayton is sponsoring a comedy show for veterans by veterans. Crosshairs Comedy is a group of veterans who perform comedy nationwide are coming to Austin to bring on the jokes. Some of the proceeds will be donated to Folds of Honor Charity. This show will also feature veterans Anthony Torino and Raul Sanchez and it's a show you don't want to miss.
The event will take place at Karma Lounge LTD in Austin, Texas. For more information, please click here!

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