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Jedi Mind Trick? Nope, just your run of the mill glucose-sniffing dog!

I read an amazing article today about a little boy and his dog. Sounds like your typical idyllic childhood, doesn’t it? Unfortunately it isn’t quite that simple. This little boy’s dog is not only his best friend, but he’s also … Continue reading

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Who Do You Wear Pink For?

I’m not ashamed to admit that pink is my absolute favorite color. I’m not a girly girl but I do love a good pink… well, anything. But in October, pink takes on a different meaning for me. Breast cancer awareness … Continue reading

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Autism Awareness Month

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From an acorn to a mighty oak

A lot of my day is spend discussing the dreams, goals, and the passions of my customers. Lapel pins are not a product like pencils, printer paper or file folders. They aren’t a necessity per say. When someone calls me … Continue reading

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Cancer Awareness – Who Knew that Ribbons could Help Save Lives?

Nearly every family is touched by cancer in some way. Roughly half of all men and a third of all women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives and, for those not directly impacted, there will … Continue reading

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Tips For Planning The Best Awareness and Charity Campaign

Tips For Planning The Best Awareness and Charity Campaign Do you want to do something to help a cause that you feel passionate about? If so, you aren’t alone. According to a study done by The Nonprofit Almanac and CNN, … Continue reading

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To Ice or Not to Ice?

Love it or hate it, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has had a big impact not only on the ALS community and the research that is being done to help alleviate and eventually eradicate the disease, but also on how … Continue reading

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August Is Cataract Awareness Month

Cataracts effect roughly 50% of Americans who are at or older than 80 years old. One in two! Facts like that are equal parts startling and even a little bit comforting to know. Startling because that implies that roughly 150 … Continue reading

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Understanding Cataracts

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Summertime… and the living (can be) easy

A diagnosis of cancer is devastating. It’s also most of the time a complete surprise. Cancer runs in most families, in some form or another, so the possibility is there for most of us at some point in our lives, … Continue reading

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