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Evening with Boom Boom Mancini tickets on sale Friday

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The United Way is giving the Valley a chance to spend an evening with boxing legend Ray Boom Boom Mancini.

Bob Hannon will sit down with Mancini on March sixth at the DeYor Performing Arts Center.

The interview will discuss Boom Boom's life as a boxer and producer.

There will also an audience question and answer session.

Tickets go on sale this Friday. Reserved seating is available from the Youngstown Symphony box office for $25.

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