Review for a Cure

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Now you can help raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society without buying or selling anything! Instead of writing a check, you can raise money by writing online reviews of local businesses you already use on insiderpages.com.
Each review you write earns up to $0.50 for our fundraiser!
If you are the first person to review a business, your review will earn up to $0.50. If you post the 2nd - 4th review of a business, Insider Pages will donate up to $0.25! Reviews of chain stores or chain restaurants do not count towards our Fundraiser.

Dates: 01/30/10 - 02/20/10.

How to Participate:
1. Sign up at http://www.insiderpages.com/fundraisers/Team-in-Training-J-Woody-1002
2. Write reviews of any local businesses or services that you have used within the last 2 years. Just writing 20-30
reviews is a great step towards reaching our goal of $5,000.00
Check out this list of businesses to help you get started:
Health & Fitness Home & Garden
- Doctor - Plumber
- Dentist - Electrician
- Pediatrician - Contractor
- Gym - Cleaning Service
Financial Services Beauty & Spa
- Accountant - Day Spa
- Tax Attorney - Hair Salon
- Bank - Nail Salon
- Mortgage Company - Dermatologist
Child Care Pets & Animals
- Preschool - Animal Hospital
- Day Care - Pet Sitter
- Summer Camp - Groomer
- Tutor - Pet Store

Recruit friends and family to participate. Just direct them to our fundraising page at
http://www.insiderpages.com/fundraisers/Team-in-Training-J-Woody-1002. Anybody over 18 can write reviews and help
us reach our goal.

Questions? Contact the Insider Pages Fundraiser team at fundraisers@insiderpages.com. Remember to put "Team In
Training - J-Woody" in the subject of the email.

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