PRLog - Dec. 23, 2011 - TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. -- "They've always taken care of their own by hosting fundraisers and now when Typhoon Sendong hit the Phillipines, two of it's kindest members, Justin Wheeler and Joe Finn stepped up to organize a charity fundraising event in just 2 days, by convincing dozens of members to donate products to host a barnburner of a sale for those who made an incredibly modest investment,"
Tarpon Springs, FL 23 December, 2011-- The Warrior Forum lived up to it's name when two beloved members stepped up to organize a relief effort for victims of Typhoon Sendong in the Phillipines by getting donations of over 50 products from various business owners who create products to help others acheive financial freedom.
Respected Warriors, as members of Warrior Forum refer to themselves, Justin Wheeler and Joe Finn wasted absolutely no time in their 48 hour sleepless recruitment campaign to organize a charity fundraising event for victims of Typhoon Sendong. "Frankly this is an industry-impacting disaster. With over 20,000 individuals affected by this tragedy and many people losing their homes this is something that concerns all of us, whether or not we are currently working with Filipinos" Wheeler states on their "Warrior Special Offer" page. The Warrior Special Offers section is one of the most highly trafficked advertising opportunities for businesses who offer any kind of online business product or service, but it's also so much more.
Because it is a forum, it's more than just an online publication, it's members make up a 'community.' And that community has always taken care of it's own, with members hosting numerous fundraisers for other members experiencing any kind of distress, and for other natural relief disasters, Typhoon Sendong being the most recent. Warrior members have stepped up to donate products, and money, to buy a special package of products for which the proceeds go to Typhoon Sendong victims, and to email their lists of customers, and social share news of the massive relief effort happening on this incredible forum.
The relief effort raised almost $11,000 in just the first 4 days since the project went live, and they're hoping to reach a $15,000 milestone before Christmas Day. Any business owner can benefit by learning more about marketing their business online from the 50 plus products that are all available for less than the price of just one. For those with the "start or grow my business" new year's resolution on the brain, this is more than an opportunity to buy new training material for pennies on the dollar, it's also the chance to help out the victims of Typhoon Sendong. That is after all what the spirit of the holidays is all about.
To learn more about this amazing community's drive to help the victims of Typhoon Sendong, visit the Warrior Forum page, http://www.warriorforum.com/
Warrior Forum is an online marketing forum and a community.
Contact: Dani Schaeffer