Q. What is the life span of someone with Type 1 Diabetes in Rwanda? A. 11 Months. Action: Time to save lives.

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Friends and cyclists.

The average life span of a person diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in Rwanda and many other African countries is only 11 months! We need a cure, but we can save a lot of lives in-between.  

Phil Sutherland, an outstanding advocate for Type 1 Diabetes and an incredible cyclist has set up a new foundation to save lives. The Team Type 1 Foundation compliments the TNN professional cycling team.  The TT1 goal is to saves lives by providing supplies to diabetics in developing countries.  Last year Phil and the team provided 900 BG meters and over 1 million test strips.  They saved lives.  We are going to do a lot more this year.  

Join us June 6.  You can be my guest.  …That’s right, I’ll buy your ticket, you buy one for your friend.  Drinks, food, professional cyclists and world class NCAA athletes and you.

Here’s what’s up.  We are launching the first ever Team Type 1 Global Ambassador program.  We will award scholarships to NCAA athletes with Type 1 Diabetes at the event.  These are world class athletes who will demonstrate to the rest of the world that Type 1 Diabetes doesn’t mean that you can’t be healthy and competitive.  Plus, they will be ambassadors for Team Type 1 globally.  

This is cool stuff.  Please let me know if you can join me next Friday as we launch Team Type 1 Foundation to the world.

TEAM TYPE 1 FOUNDATION 

CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO AN EVENING OFCOCKTAILS, FUN AND EXCITEMENT

AS WE ANNOUNCE OUR 2014 GLOBAL AMBASSADORS.

FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH, 2014

7:00 PM UNTIL 11:00 PM

THE KING PLOW ARTS CENTER

887 WEST MARIETTA ST, NW

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30318

LIVE & SILENT AUCTION

MUSIC, COCKTAILS AND PLENTY OF FOOD AS WE MINGLE

$100 PER PERSON

DRESS: FUN AND FASHIONABLE!

 

RSVP BY EMAIL: kronn@AGDventures.com

Or call me at 770-757-8218

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