Monday, June 7, 2010

A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO ADVERTISE AND HELP A WORTHY CAUSE

CHART YOUR COURSE

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE, TRAVEL, AND FAMILY

FUNDRAISER FOR CROSSING THE FINISH LINE
(A non-profit organization that assists young adult cancer patients)

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2010
NOON TO 3:30PM
THREE COURSE LUNCH
SPEECH BY AUTHOR SUZANNE FISHER STAPLES

RADISSON LACKAWANNA STATION HOTEL
SCRANTON, PA
Crossing the Finish Line is a non-profit organization that assists young adult cancer patients, ages 24 to 50, and their families.

Inspired by the late Peter R. Bossow, Jr., Crossing the Finish Line offers the young adult cancer patient and his or her family a retreat from the unyielding physical and emotional demands of treatment – a hopeful respite during the throes of a courageous battle – by providing a one week all-expenses paid excursion to homes and resorts in Orlando, Fl, the Pocono’s, the Jersey Shore, California, and North Carolina.

All proceeds from this event will be donated to Crossing the Finish Line.

At the present time, sponsorships for this event and in-kind donations for a raffle to be held during the event are being accepted.

A sponsorship will provide your organization or company with several venues for advertising. The event is creating a web page and any sponsorship over $250 will be listed on the page. In addition we will acknowledge our sponsors the day of the event on posters and the program. It is hopefully anticipated that hundreds of people will turn out for this event.

Note that all donations/sponsorships are tax deductible.

I invite you to join me in assisting Crossing the Finish Line in its worthy effort to assist young adult cancer patients and their families. Please seriously consider a contribution by way of a sponsorship/advertisement for this worthy cause.

Anyone wishing to sponsor this event, contribute a donation for the raffle, or purchase a ticket to the event may contact me at dancummins@comcast.net for more information.

I thank you for your time and consideration in this regard.

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