Tuesday, October 29, 2013
I have made it over 6 years before using this blog as a forum for shameless plugs and self-promoting, which let's be honest, is much longer than I thought it would take. But I feel that this cause is worthy enough to delve into a topic of my life outside the realm of baseball. Worthy enough that I'm writing a non-baseball post the day before an elimination game of the World Series without mentioning how much I hate the Cardinals or how stupid the Red Sox look with those beards. Wait, oops...
Anyways, I'll cut to the chase. My friend Kristen and I are organizing an event to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Repeal of Prohibition in my current city of residence - Madison, Wisconsin. This event is in conjunction with the local VFW Post in Madison, and all proceeds will go to the Veterans of Foreign Wars and its associated charities. The VFW's mission is to provide much needed services, meals, and support to our nation's veterans. This is a 2-part event - a 5K run in the morning, and a 1930s-themed party in the evening. See information below and register today!
REPEAL DAY MADISON
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2013
VFW POST 1318
133 E LAKESIDE ST
Every registration counts and any opportunity I have to get the word out at low cost, I am all for it. For any regular visitors to this blog, thank you for sparing me this indulgence, and I promise this is one of the rare times I use this blog for my own personal gain. I hope it will not affect your readership and that you will continue to follow this blog during the 2014 baseball season and beyond.