PRLog - Jan. 29, 2012 - WESTERVILLE, Ohio -- The LFL Tampa Breeze and “Defensive Player of The Year” Liz Gorman will be expressing their support of the “Black Out” Child Abuse campaign during this year’s Eastern Conference Championship Playoffs, in Los Angeles, by wearing “Black Out” eyewear during the game.
LFL Tampa Breeze - Eastern Conference Playoffs
“We’re asking everyone who attends sporting events around the world to show your support for this important cause by placing "BLACK OUT" under both eyes (like pro athletes do) to symbolize your support of this simple, yet necessary campaign.” Stated Ms. Gorman, who is the leading “Women in Sports” - Black Out Child Abuse campaign spokesperson.
“The Black Out Child Abuse Campaign focuses on awareness and prevention, and relies on support from the public, professional athletes, celebrities and corporations from across America, in bringing this plight to the public’s attention.” Ms Gorman added.
Major support of the Blackout Child Abuse Campaign comes from “What A Fan”, where sports fans are the focus, and “What A Fan Charities” a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation founded in 1995. Funds raised by the “Black Out” Child Abuse Campaign are distributed to organizations across America, in the fight against and the prevention of child abuse, via “What A Fan Charities”.
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For additional information and details on the “Black Out” Child Abuse Campaign, visit: http://whatafan.com/
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