Another great day in 2010 as we have Amigos everywhere helping to fight Breast Cancer and to find a cure. This cancer comprises of 10.4% of all cancer worldwide among women. According to the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO), more than 500,000 people around the globe die from breast cancer each and every year. Each and every one of us has skin in this take no prisoners game, as there is not a person in this world that has not lost a mother, sister, daughter, sister-in-law, grandmother, sister-in-law, aunt, daughter-in-law, niece, cousin, neighbor or a friend to this hideous monster.
XTrainRadio.com kicked off an event yesterday 1/19/2010 called the “Breast Cancer Beatdown!” It is up and running, so please do tell all your friends and family that they are going to make this a huge party to honor those that have fallen to this awful disease and “Beatdown Breast Cancer” in 2010. Come join the event, it is also posted on Facebook or you can join at http://www.XTrainRadio.com, who has gone Pink on their site, go check it out! Rock on Woody and Jay! Let’s help “Beatdown Breast Cancer!”
MY BAD TEQUILA is fortunate to know such caring individuals as Woody, Jay and my dear friend Wendy, whom is a Survivor. Every year Wendy gets all her Amigos and Amigas together to walk for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, formerly known as The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Susan Goodman Komen was born on Halloween Day, October 31st, 1943 in Peoria, Illinois and at the young age of 33 was diagnosed with breast cancer and died three years later in the year 1980. Susan’s younger sister, Nancy Goodman Brinker, strongly believed that Susan’s outcome might have been better if she and her family would have known more about cancer and its treatment. In 1982 Nancy founded the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation in Susan’s memory. Just this last December 2, 2009 Nancy Brinker was appointed to the CEO position of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. We wish you continued luck with the organization, Nancy.
Another very humane and giving person is someone that most of you know by his long drives on the PGA Tour – Mr. John Daly. Back in October 2009, JohnDalyBBQ.com launched an event devoted to awareness and funds for the Memphis-Mid South Affiliate of The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit breast cancer organization. During the entire month of this past October, John Daly BBQ donated 10% of all gross sales from every purchase make on their website to the Memphis-Mid South Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. John Daly BBQ’s COO Mr. Russ Christy was quoted as saying “This incentive creates a Win-Win situation for all parties involved. Together, we’re raising fund to help find a cure for breast cancer and helping educate people about the disease.” Not only do I respect John Daly the Golf Athlete, John Daly the BBQ World Famous Expert, but most of all I like and respect John Daly the Philanthropist. Get your BBQ Ribs ordered for the Super Bowl; check out their Super Special at www.JohnDalyBBQ.com.
Tequila Time: Don Julio 1942 is a top choice for Tequila Connoisseurs in Mexico and around the world. Don Julio Tequila is named after the founder, Don Julio Gonzalez Estrada. Don Julio revolutionized Reposado style Tequila production in Mexico. His Tequila is made the same way since 1942. The Reposado is silky smooth with a compelling combination of light cinnamon, honey and herbaceous flavors balanced by a lightly smoky taste and dark chocolate notes. Aged for just under a year, Don Julio Reposado in available as is the Blanco and the Anejo. Treat yourself tonight.
Author and writer Robert B. Parker, most famous for the “Spenser” detective novels passed away at the age of 77 years. He will be missed by his loyal readers, family and friends. RIP, Mr. Robert Parker.
Vaya Con Dios,
Author, Writer & CEO – MY BAD TEQUILA
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