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  • Writer's pictureRobert Eckelman

2nd Annual Romp To Cure MS event- February 17th from 12 noon to 3:00 PM at BarrieHaus Beer Co in Ybor. An opportunity to make a difference that is easy, fast, and fun.

I have accepted that humans are not perfect. I believe that in most instances perfection is the death of progress. My outlook is fairly simple, there is always an opportunity to improve. Another thing I have learned recently is that regardless of how busy we are there is always an opportunity to make a difference.


Striving for excellence and having an impact on others it's not always fun, easy, visible to others, or fast but in the end it makes us better people. I refer to this as personal growth and use it in my business and personal life.


Here is a fun fast and easy way to make a difference in others that really need your help. It is our 2nd Annual Romp To Cure MS event February 17th from noon to 3:00 PM at BarrieHaus Beer Co in YborIt is our 2nd Annual Romp To Cure MS event on February 17th from 12noon to 3:00 PM at BarrieHaus Beer Co in Ybor.





It is a fundraiser for the 1,000,000 Americans who are impacted by Multiple Sclerosis. The craft beer is fantastic and $1.00 from every beer sold will be donated. We have fantastic silent auction items and we will be Giving-A-Way a cruise thanks to the generosity of Sixthman (Live Loud). Everyone reading this post is invited. All proceeds of this event will go to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.


If you cannot make it to the event then please consider sponsoring my ride. I am biking for MS, pedaling for those who can't. I am part of team Romp to Cure MS. Here is a link to my ride https://lnkd.in/ephV9kze


You are also welcome to join our bike team. Fun fast and easy you can make a difference. If you want to join our team, comment and I will get back to you with a link.


Just quick math 1 Million in the US living with MS, that's about 1 out of every 350 people in the US have MS. It impacts women 3 to 1 over men. It typically hits people right as they're entering their prime between 20 and 40 years old. Currently, there is no cure for MS, It is a lifetime sentence (that often gets worse over the years). Medications that slow MS typically cost over 100K per year.


I have so many people and companies to thank including Farah and Farah, BarrieHaus Beer Co, Sixthman, The Worx 24 hour Fitness and more for their generosity. More info to come.


Here is a link to our eventhttps://bit.ly/48Gmc9J


We are still actively seeking items for our silent auction if you can help please e-mail me

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