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NFL St. Louis Rams Sports Fan “Ram Man” Karl Sides Supports Black Out Child Abuse Campaign Drive
NFL St. Louis Rams sports fan, Karl Sides (a.k.a. “Ram Man”), announced his support of the Black Out Child Abuse Foundation and their campaign, in their fight against child abuse this week.
By: Black Out Child Abuse, Inc.
“We’re are thrilled to have such a recognized and devoted sports fan onboard in support of the Black Out Child Abuse Campaign” stated Joe Swantack, CEO of Spirit Pen Promotions, LLC, the founder of the Black Out Child Abuse Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. “Ram Man” brings an incredible following of sports fans from across the nation to our effort in bringing attention to our national campaign, in the fight against child abuse” Mr. Swantack continued.
“We’re inviting everyone who watches and attends sporting events around the world to show their support for this important cause by placing "BLACK OUT" Athlete Eye Black under both eyes (like pro athletes do) to symbolize their support of this simple, yet necessary campaign” stated Mr. Sides.
“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 the child abuse plight to the public’s attention” added Sean Carey -Director of Public Relations, of Spirit Pen Promotions.
“A portion of all proceeds from the sale of “Black Out” Athlete Eye Black goes directly to the Black Out Child Abuse Foundation, for distribution to organizations and groups in the fight against child abuse” stated Bob Fitzgerald, Spirit Pen Promotions – Director of Operations.
For additional information and details on you can contribute and get involved, visit: http://www.BlackOutChildAbuse.com
Black Out Child Abuse, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation, with offices in Westerville, OH, was founded in 2012 and serves families and organizations across the country; bringing education, assistance and support to those in need.
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