Saturday, May 9, 2009

Shameless Self promotion for Charity

The 2009 Bowl-A-Thon
Event Date 5-15-2009

What is the Junior Achievement Bowl-a-thon?

The JA Bowl-A-Thon is an important fund-raiser and helps JA impact the lives of thousands of students. Whether you're a bowler, team captain, company coordinator, or a donor, we depend on you for our success. Thank You!

Participating in the Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon is a lot of fun. But more importantly it will help impact the lives of over 82,000 students – in the Western PA region - during the 2008-2009 school year.

The Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon is the largest event of its kind, and one of the most visible charitable events in the region.

I have participated in this charity event for the last 3 years with my employer and it is a blast. I bowl horribly when its not Wii bowling, plus I have the most horrible ball delivery you have ever seen. So, it's quite entertaining for my co-workers to watch me. Unfortunately, unless you work with me, you won't be able to witness it. However, I promise I'll tell you all about it in the blog. :-)

If you would like to sponsor me, there is link below that will take you to the Donate Page. Search for the bowler name Angela Hartzell and you will find me under Team Connor. To participate, I need a minimum of $50 in donations. $10 donation will get you an automatic entry into $2,500 GetGo Gas Raffle.
You can donate in various pre-set amounts and the last option lets you choose any amount you want. The site takes Am Ex, Visa, and MasterCard. I also I have $10 raffle tickets in my possession for anyone who just want to pay cash for a
entry into $2,500 GetGo Gas Raffle or donate by cash or check.

In the name of shameless self promotion, I'm asking if you all will consider donating to a worthy cause. My event date is 5/15 at 6pm. If you choose to use the online donation, please make your donation by noon on the 5/15.

To Donate/Sponsor me in the Bowl a Thon, click the link below

The 2009 Bowl-A-Thon: Sponsor A bowler

Thank you, now back to the regularly scheduled programming.

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