Bengals NFL Super Fan Shawn Moore "Who Dey Baby" Joins Black Out Child Abuse Foundation Campaign

Shawn “Who Dey Baby” Moore, super fan of the NFL Cincinnati Bengals, joined in the support and promotion of the Black Out Child Abuse Foundation and their campaign, in their fight against child abuse this week.
By: Black Out Child Abuse, Inc.
 
 
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Aug. 19, 2012 - PRLog -- Shawn “Who Dey Baby” Moore, super fan of the NFL Cincinnati Bengals, joined in the support and promotion of the Black Out Child Abuse Foundation and their campaign, in their fight against child abuse this week.

“Our foundation is keyed up over having Shawn Moore, a.k.a. “Who Dey Baby”, who is a widely recognized super sports fan in the football community, as a supporter of the Black Out Child Abuse Foundation and our 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. “Who Dey Baby” exemplifies our campaign’s drive, spirit and determination in bringing attention to our national campaign, delivering awareness and education, in the fight against child abuse” Mr. Swantack continued.

“I encourage everyone who attends or watches sporting events across the country, regardless of the sport, to show their unified support for this important cause by placing "BLACK OUT" Athlete Eye Black under both eyes (like pro athletes do), to symbolize your support of this simple, yet necessary campaign to defeat child abuse” explained Mr. Moore.

“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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