On Thursday, January 27th, 2011 Gray Line New York inducted its' newest Ride of Fame member, American singer/song-writer, Grammy Award winner and native New Yorker, Cyndi Lauper. Best known for her songs, "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", "True Colors" and "Time After Time", Ms. Lauper has also been a contestant on the hit show "Celebrity Apprentice" with fellow Ride of Fame inductee, Donald Trump.
Most recently, Lauper has been working on the release of her new album, "Memphis Blues" and filming her very own reality show. Ms. Lauper has exhibited her dedication to this city by participating in Broadway Cares, a cause that fights against AIDS and has been a major contributor to The True Colors Residence, a shelter for members of the LGBT community. Gray Line New York's continuing Ride of Fame campaign recognizes and honors leading New Yorkers for their commendable representation and contribution to the City.
The dedication included the revealing of Laupers' signature, open-top, red double-decker bus that millions of sightseers will be able to ride each day moving forward. Lauper is the 7th inductee to be honored by Gray Line New York, preceded by other exemplary New Yorkers such as Richard Dreyfuss, Donald Trump, Whoopi Goldberg and New York Yankee legend, Reggie Jackson. Note- This story was picked up by numerous media outlets such as Fox 5 News, Ok! Magazine and Good Day New York.