Team Affiliate Marketers Worldwide will be taking to the streets with our “feets” during the 2008 Seattle, Breast Cancer 3-day. It’s a 60-mile walk over the course of three days that raises funds for Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the National Philanthropic Trust Breast Cancer Fund.
Last year, I had an incredible experience participating in this event. Team Affiliate Markers Worldwide raised $17,000. This year, we’re looking to double that.
There are a number of fundraising promotions going on including the sales of “Affiliate Marketers Give Back” clothing, a T-shirt sponsorship, etc., which you can read about on www.AffiliateMarketersGiveBack.com
On behalf of Affiliate Summit, I am now announcing the “Give Back and Save” fundraising promotion.
Now through July 31, 2008, when you make a $50, $100, $250 or $500 donation in support of the walk, you will receive a discount coupon in that same amount, valid off your registration at Affiliate Summit 2008 East in Boston.
The discounts are valid on either an exhibit hall or full conference pass.
Give Back and Save is a great way to support your fellow Affiliate Marketers as they raise funds to fight Breast Cancer and save some bucks at the same time.
How to Donate:
Visit www.60-milewalk.com and click on your preferred walker. Make your donation of either $50, $100, $250 or $500.
How to Claim Your Discount Code:
Once you receive your donation confirmation email, forward it to realdeal at affiliatesummit dot com. Your information will be processed and you will be sent a discount code via return email.
Thanks for your support!
The Fine Print: For folks that have already made a donation to this walk in the amounts listed above, please feel free to forward your confirmation on to receive your discount code. For anyone who has previously registered for AS 2008 Boston, unfortunately the discounts cannot be applied retroactively. However, you may pass along your discount code to another person as long as you send us the name of who is going to use it. Discounts may only be applied to Affiliate Summit 2008 East Boston.