Angel Djambazov, Managing Editor of Revenews.com and owner of Custom Tailored Marketing and a man, not afraid to walk 60-miles in pink for Breast Cancer Research, just put out a Breast Cancer Challenge to get the team closer to their goal!
From now, thru September 5th, when you make a donation under Angel’s name, he will match those donations, up to $2,500!
So if any of you are sitting on the fence, now is a great time to make take out your wallet!
To make a donation, please visit www.60-milewalk.com and click on Angel’s name.
On August 16th, Missy Ward from Affiliate Summit (Captain of Team Affiliate Marketers Worldwide) and Jen Fluker from Market Leverage did a 20-mile (almost) training walk to get ready for the Seattle Breast Cancer 3-Day / 60-mile walk benefitting the Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure.
Missy and Jen, along with 9 other Affiliate Marketers will meet up in Seattle on September 11th and spend the next 3 days walking, talking, having fun and stopping breast cancer. Their goal is to raise $40,000 and they’re nearly there.
Follow them along on their journey at www.AffiliateMarketersGiveBack.com or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/amgb.
If you’d like to make a donation please visit www.60-milewalk.com.
I realized this morning, I leave two weeks from today to embark on a journey I am sure to remember the rest of my life.
Earlier this month many of us attended Affiliate Summit in Boston. We met each other, many of us, for the first time.
This is a few of us… Including my husband, who won’t be walking but proudly wears boob shirts.
While attending the event we sold fabulous buttons that said “I Gave back” for $10 each. We only spent a single day selling, but came away with just over $1600.00. More importantly we came away having met so many more that shared stories and heart felt compation for the cause. It was truly a great exeperience, and I imagine just a small taste of what lies ahead.
So now that I am in “the walk is almost here” mode, I, along with the rest of the team are starting to pick up last minute necessities. We’re finalizing our registration processes, wrapping up our travel plans and trying to mentally prepare for this big adventure.
I’m excited! I have no idea, really, of what awaits — but it’s a challenge I am looking forward to – because it’s a path to a change I want to be a part of!
It’s not too late, if you’d like to help support our team and the fight for breast cancer, please make a donation and share the joy!