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Take part in the first ever "Big Willy Style No-K!" You don't have to run or do anything other than donate to help Brett Willmott go to the Winter Olympics! How great is that?!
Brett Willmott is off to South Korea this coming MONDAY (2/12) to witness our USA Skeleton athletes bring home some hardware! Brett needs to pay his own way to be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The expenses are piling up and its putting a lot of strain on the family budget. As you know, most coaches, and certainly Brett, do not coach for the money--they coach to help people like you and me be better athletes and better people. There must be hundreds of us out there! This Olympic journey for Brett has been almost 20 years in the making. Brett coached me at SUNY Plattsburgh and my first experience with skeleton was in 2001 when he took me to the push track in Lake Placid. Since then, he's donated his time and expertise to countless athletes at all levels in a variety of sports all the way to the Olympic level. Now, I'll ask that you take a moment to give back to the guy that's helped so many. Click on the "Sign Up" link above and follow the easy registration process to the donation page. Anything you can give will matter! Donations close at 3pm on Sunday February 11. I'll drop off a check to his family shortly after and I'll keep in touch with all of you to let you know how we did. And, if you want to go for a run in his honor.... by all means :)
Just to help you verify the legitimacy of this... My name is Steve Peters (SUNY Plattsburgh, '00, '01) and my wife Erin Peters ('01, '02) own and operate this charity-based running race and event timing company called Adirondack Coast Events in Plattsburgh, NY. We've known Brett and his family for decades and are honored to help.
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