November of 2K LBCs for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS)

Hello PAX:

This past September some of you all participated in the September of 1,000 burpees to raise money for Let Me Run, for whom Double D was running the NYC Marathon. Awesome stuff! You all helped him raise over $12,000 for Let Me Run. AMAZING!

Now I ask for your help. Welcome to the November of 2,000 LBCs!

Since November is a month which we usually stuff ourselves with holiday blessings, no better way to work off those extra calories than some ab work.

This January 2019, I will be running in my 4th marathon at the Walt Disney World Marathon Week in Orlando, FL. But this event will be a very special one for me and many others. I will be running the marathon for the LLS Team in Training (TnT), in memory of my late father, Carl Ransone, Sr., who went to The Lord in December 2002 after losing his battle with leukemia. It’s been almost 16 years since he is gone, but the loss still hurts. In his honor and memory I pledged to raise funds for the LLS so we can all help find a cure for blood bore diseases and help others fight their good fight.

If you choose to participate, you will be committed to complete 2,000 LBCs – not lying down head/neck bobs, get those abs working and use proper form please. That’s 66.7 per day, over the course of 30 days.

Link to Sign Up:

Tracking Your LBCs:
You can track them how you feel best suits you. I will try to put out a Google Doc but I cannot promise that. This is an honor-based pledge event. Hold yourself accountable.

Pledge and Payment:
For every LBC you are short of the 2K goal come 11/30, you can either pledge a per LBC donation or a flat amount to my LLC TnT fundraiser. All money will go to LLS TnT. I will provide a link to my fundraising site near the 11/30 deadline.

On behalf of everyone affected by the scourge of blood borne cancers, sincerely thank you for your time, effort, and hard earned money. You WILL help find a cure!!

Thank you and God bless,

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