Children’s Miracle Network…The Seattle Thunderbirds…RE/MAX and its’ Agents…The Blogger…And You…Part 2 !

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T-Birds Logo...because they're about "Goals for Kids". With the Seattle Thunderbirds Hockey Team starting its' 2007-08 Season, RE/MAX is proud to join forces with them to promote one of the nations most successful Children's Charities - Children's Miracle Network (CMN).

‘83 Founded in 1983, CMN generates healthcare funds and awareness programs to benefit children throughout North America.

170 This non-profit charity works with 170 participating hospitals across North America.

17 Every year 17 million children benefit from CMN with the help of long-time (1992) sponsor RE/MAX, their Sales Associates and their partners like the Seattle Thunderbirds.

76 For the last 16 years RE/MAX has generated over 76 million dollars through donations and ongoing participation of the Miracle Home® project - which allows RE/MAX sales associates to contribute a portion of their sales transaction to the CMN.

2/1 Because of RE/MAX's association with CMN - we enlisted the support of The Thunderbirds to help spread the word and raise donations. Some of the local offices are using a postcard campaign that will allow recipients to buy one ice level seat for any October home game and receive the second free with the postcard. Additional opportunities for discounted tickets will be announced throughout the season.

3 As added incentive for this 3-way partnership, The Seattle Thunderbirds will name this promotion GOALS FOR KIDS. They will do their best to make sure that they make a lot of goals. Most important- everyone else, including you, is encouraged to cheer the T-Birds on and join in the promotion for the kids' sake. All these efforts will culminate at the end of the season with the presentation of the funds raised to CMN whose local affiliate is Seattle's own Children's Hospital.

More on how you can join coming soon...

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