In 2007, I started Affiliate Marketers Give Back, in an effort to rally the Affiliate Marketing Industry to help me kick Breast Cancer's ass.
Since then, we've raised over $100,000 in unique ways; one of them being an annual Team-Walk for Susan G Komen for the Cure.
This year, Team Affiliate Marketers Give Back will be taking on the 40-mile Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in Los Angeles on September 12-13.
The Avon Walk exists to raise funds to fight breast cancer and to bring awareness and education about the disease. It's also an opportunity for individuals to join forces and generate significant progress in both the treatment of breast cancer and a quest for the cure – while simultaneously having an extraordinary experience.
Brian Clark of Copyblogger.com and Chris Pearson of DIYThemes have already joined the team and we're looking for some more folks to come along with us.
If you decide to walk with the rest of Team Affiliate Marketers Give Back (“Team AMGB”), you will definitely have an extraordinary experience — we've had a blast each year!
Why You Should Walk with Team Affiliate Marketers Give Back
Below are the reasons why others have joined the team in past years:
While everyone has different reasons to walk, together we are connected by our shared commitment to do our part to end breast cancer.
Ready to Walk With Us Yet?
It's a very simple process to sign up. Simply register on the Avon site and select “Affiliate Marketers Give Back” as your walking team.
Not Able to Walk, But Would Like to Donate or Sponsor the Team?
There are a number of sponsorship packages available to help support our efforts.
We're happy with donations of any amount which can be made through our Team Donation Form.
I know the economy sucks and now is not the time to be asking for money. However, if you find it possible to help in any way, I'd be forever grateful.
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