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Cure Cancer, Get A Jersey!

Following on the success started last year, the folks at the Peloton Project are again raising money to find a cure for cancer by offering limited edition cycling jerseys for your donations.

Peloton Project member Ron McOmber has solicited the support of his company, CTL l Thompson, Wheat Ridge Cyclery (second home of Ron Kiefel), Ryland Homes and Morrison Homes to sponsor a limited edition cycling jersey to raise funding for the Lance Armstrong Foundation.

The idea started as a celebration of friend Stuart Laing’s 10 cancer free years. In 2003, more than $16,000 was raised; the goal this year is $20,000. 250 bicycle jerseys are available. A minimum donation of $50 is required for each jersey; a $75 to $100 donation is requested to help achieve our goal. All proceeds will go the Foundation.

You can donate and pick up a jersey at Wheat Ridge Cyclery, or by mailing a check made out to Lance Armstrong Foundation to:

Ron McOmber
CTL _ Thompson, Inc.
7306 S Alton Way
Centennial, CO 80112
[email protected]

The jerseys will be delivered or mailed so please include your size, street and email address and phone number in case there are questions. They are first come first served.

If you would like to make a donation without purchasing a jersey, we will gladly accept your check.

For a photo of the jersey and more information about the Lance Armstrong Foundation, please visit https://www.public.asu.edu/~elaing/ and
www.LAF.org; respectively.

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