The “No Limits” Award was created to inspire individuals suffering from cancer, blindness and other disabilities to never give up on their dreams, with the winner selected from nominations submitted to the “No Limits” Award Mission Website, www.NoLimitsAward.org, throughout the year.
A check for $5,000 will be handed to the “No Limits” Award winner to be given to the Braille Institute, Lymphoma Society, or the designated charity of his or her choice. In addition, the winner’s charity or cause will also receive $5,000 in free national media exposure via radio and/or television public service announcements. A nationwide press release program will also be launched through PRWeb to tens of thousands of media outlets featuring the winner’s story and charity.
“We’re also looking at other tangible ways of supporting the charitable causes of our 2012 ‘No Limits’ Award Mission, such as free computers for the blind,” said Patrick Lennon, CEO and founding partner at ROI Media Direct, who conceived the program after enduring multiple life-threatening brain surgeries, two bouts with cancer, a heart aneurysm, a stem cell transplant and blindness.
If you would like to share your inspiring story with others, know of somebody you would like to nominate for the “No Limits” Award, or want to read more about Beto and other nominees, go to www.NoLimitsAward.org or visit them at Facebook.com/NoLimitsAward.
Contact: Alex De La Torre
Title: Executive Assistant
City: San Diego