Boucher was co-founder of the Pal Hop dances and the infamous Royal Knights band of the 1960s. He launched the “Jingle Man,” a jingle business that created brand music images for hundreds of companies including Sam’s Italian Sandwich Shops, the Maineiacs hockey team, Lost Valley and the “I should have bought it when I saw it at Marden’s” jingle.

Boucher’s friends are holding this fund raiser and tribute/roast to support Boucher in his battle against cancer, to help with his medical expenses, and to otherwise have a celebration and party for him. Hors d’oeuvres will be served. Cash bar. Emcees will be Bill “BC” Cloutier and Nick Knowlton.

Tickets are $50 per person and will be available at the door at The Royal Oak Room at Ironhorse Court, 1 Bates Street, online at www.eabtribute.eventbrite.com by calling 207-857-9002. The use of the venue has been donated by Bob Roy. It has limited seating so come early.


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