Re: Raceday creates non-profit to assist funding endurance athletics
- View SourceHi Bill -
My apologies - we did not intend it to be considered SPAM, just
getting the word out about our organization which may be able to
assist some members of your group, or someone they know.
We at Raceday are not asking for anything in return (unless someone
they want to donate to our organization). Instead, we've recognized
endurance sports, including cycling, don't get the funding that other
mainstream sports get, particularly at the development level.
We simply want to let everyone know our programs are available and
get some people (the response already has been incredible) to allow
us to help
I hope I did not offend by posting this, we are simply trying to
promote the sports we love.
--- In email@example.com, "Bill Sharp" <tobsharp@e...> wrote:
> Pls stop sending SPAM to this group.
> I'm surprised the moderator hasn't been in touch with you.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: racedayinc [mailto:tberwald@r...]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2003 9:07 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [gobagroup] Raceday creates non-profit to assist funding
> endurance athletics
> FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
> Tony Berwald
> (678) 386 5416
> Raceday creates non-profit to assist funding endurance athletics
> ATLANTA, GEORGIA August 18, 2003 Raceday announced today the
> creation of a non-profit company dedicated to funding endurance
> athletics. The organization hopes to provide financial assistance
> individuals and organizations that desire to participate in,
> or continue in endurance athletics but are unable to as a result
> financial limitations.
> "We understand that endurance sports are typically poorly
> eliminating a large portion of the population from even being
> afford to compete." says co-founder Tony Berwald. "We want to
> directly participate in the promotion and growth of endurance
> athletics. Additionally, by encouraging participation at a young
> we hope to influence a lifestyle of healthful living by
> the `TV and Video Game' youth culture and pushing young people
> towards going outside and participating in endurance sports. We
> this will long term help at reducing obesity and the diseases
> along with it."
> Raceday is looking for individuals and groups who want to receive
> Raceday Awards. To determine if you or your group might be
> visit the Raceday website at www.racedayinc.org.
> Raceday is also looking for people who share the same ideals to
> support through donations. The company's goals are to get 1
> people to donate just $5 by November 3.
> For more information, please visit www.racedayinc.org.
> Raceday is a non-profit incorporation under IRS code 501(c)(3) and
> all donations to Raceday are tax deductible. Raceday recognizes
> non-profits have a responsibility to use donations ethically and
> follows this ideal by keeping overhead costs to less than ten
> of total revenue.
> Raceday is currently active in the community and hosts the North
> Georgia Adventure Race each year in January. This all volunteer
> gives 100% of its proceeds to various national and local
> The NGAR website is www.ngar.org.
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