Long Island Fight for Charity: Let's get ready to rumble!

Training for the Long Island Fight for Charity is about to commence with some great sponsorship opportunities remaining available to company's who love to give and who love exposure as well.

Training for the Long Island Fight for Charity is about to commence!

On Monday, January 21st I will be beginning my training for the Long Island Fight for Charity, an event that will be taking place later in 2013 at the Huntington Hilton.

As I had mentioned last week I will be keep a running account of my training along with news about events of interest that are going to take place along the way.

For those of you who may have missed the first article that provided some details about the Fight for Charity (FFC) and a description of the charities that benefit from the efforts of those involved you can read about it in the Patch here.

Sponsorship Opportunities!

While the training and the event itself are going to be a lot of fun to participate in, the real purpose behind the FFC is the actual fund-raising for the three benefiting charities.

With that in mind there are some great sponsorship opportunities available as indicated by some great sponsors who have already signed up.

By coming on board as a sponsor you will participate in one of the few win-win situations available to businesses today by helping those who desperately need help while gaining some great exposure for your firm!

Take a look at the Sponsorship Opportunities attached to this article and give me a call or send me an email to discuss how you can get involved!

“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.” ― John Holmes


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