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Thursday, March 25, 2010

A Big Thanks to These Businesses and Professionals


As many of you know, I am participating in the 2010 Man & Woman of the Year competition that raises funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

The 10-week fundraising campaign kicked off on March 11th during a fantastic reception hosted by Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar in Brookfield, and will end on May 20th with a formal gala held at Boerner Botanical Gardens in Hales Corners.

Following is a list of businesses, organizations, and professionals that I'd like to publicly acknowledge for helping the cause. This list will be updated over time to reflect new commitments.

Please consider patronizing these businesses! They are truly deserving of it, as they have demonstrated time and time again that they care about their communities and meaningful causes such as this.

--Aaron Robertson

Visit my personal fundraising page at Donations in any amount are greatly appreciated!

Main Event Floral Designs LLC

Karen Mathwig, owner of Main Event Floral Design, has graciously agreed to be the gala's floral sponsor!

The Muskego chapter of BNI

This weekly business networking group has been kind in taking up collections at some of its meetings. Are you a business owner or professional looking for networking opportunities? Please click on the link above to learn more about the Muskego chapter of BNI, called Boundless Business, and contact them if you'd like to be a guest at one of its meetings!

MindWorks Photography and Touch of Health

These businesses, which share the same building, have volunteered to have a coin box on their counter and will also be contributing something to the gala's auction.

Legacy Salon and Day Spa

Has volunteered to display a coin box; will be contributing to the gala's auction; and will be working with me to plan some sort of fundraising event (details to come!)

Serenity Life Coaching (Sandy Walden, Certified Holistic Life Coach & Reiki Master/Teacher)

Has volunteered to display a coin box.

Muskego Legal Center

Has volunteered to display a coin box.

Pam Nerby of Holz Motors

Made a personal monetary donation.

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