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second wind as a drop off point for relief goods

got an email from Hector Yuzon (second wind) just helping out spreading the word to our devasted brothers and sisters please see email below.

Greetings friends in the running community.

In light of the typhoon that has left most of us emotionally drained, we would like to encourage the running / multi-sport community to pitch in and help out.

Kindly help us spread the word that we are extending help to our friends who were affected by the typhoon ondoy. Lets maximize however we can help, announcements in your blog, multiply, tweeter, or your status in facebook will be greatly appreciated.

Secondwind will be accepting donations:

- blankets

- singlets, jerseys or shirts

- old footwear

- food

- other items that can still be used

we will be accepting until Thursday (end of day) and will donate to ateneo thru Neville Manaois, PUR team principal, secondwind teammate and ateneo professor. Volunteers to pack and help transfer goods on Friday will be most welcome.

Maraming salamat in advance sa lahat ng tulong na maaari niyong mabigay.

Salamat.

wait for it to kick in
- secondwind

hector

email:
secondwind.proshop@gmail.com
site:

www.secondwindrunningstore.com
www.thesecondwind.multiply.com


Second Wind Running Store address:

88 Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village QC
Tel No. 7992089

Comments

  1. Cge, that's a worthwhile cause! Spread the Word! Let's help our friends get through this.

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  2. maraming salamat kenkoy runner! mabuhay ka

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