As Brett Maas content team we get to see some of the really generous and nice things Brett does to give back. One of them is when he received and email from a friend and it states…
Once again, I am asking for your help. For the seventh year in a row, I am riding in the Trek 100, a Ride for Hope.
Please consider joining the fight against childhood cancer and related blood disorders. I am riding in the Trek 100 Ride for Hope which supports the MACC Fund. This is a ride truly for hope. Proceeds from this ride will help support critical research efforts in the search for new cures and in the eradication of childhood cancer and related blood disorders. The overall cure rate stands at 80%, but with your help, we will get to 100% — one pedal at a time.
Sam, my son, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in January 2009. Because of the efforts of the MACC Fund, the survival rate for Sam has increased to 80% from 15% when the MACC Fund began over 30 years ago.
Needless to say Brett was quick to help support a friend, his son, and a great cause. Also, if you read this and they are still raising money to help cure childhood cancer you can donate here.
By Ryan Vlastelica
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stocks fell for a second straight day on Tuesday after the Federal Reserve gave no hints of new stimulus measures to offset the effects of the worsening European debt crisis.
Though the Fed did leave the door open to further easing next year, as it has done after recent meetings, it gave no indication it was any more inclined to provide new economic stimulus.
The Fed left monetary policy on hold and said financial market turbulence posed threats to economic growth. It also characterized the U.S. economy as expanding moderately despite an apparent slowing in global growth, though it added that unemployment remains elevated and housing activity depressed.
The Fed “gave the economy a very slight upgrade, but it sort of took the wind out of domestic equities, probably because some were hoping that they would hint at another -like program,” said Robert Phipps, a director at Per Stirling Capital Management in Austin, Texas.
LeBron has said for years that he wants to become a global icon on the order of Michael Jordan. And while reaching that level of fame will probably always depend most on whether or not he becomes an NBA champion several times over, business decisions like this one (and, in a more minor sense, the web cartoon series he premiered Wednesday) position him to reach out to an unprecedented number of fans. In return, he will likely help give Liverpool a larger profile among budding fans of European football in America.
NY Giants put a smack down on the Dallas Cowboys eventhough at first they stumbled. After seeing the New York Giants play last night I really think they are going to make a run for the superbowl and they are the best in the NFC.
Also, it looks like we could end up having a NY/NY Superbowl 2011 with the New York Jets looking like the best team in the AFC.
To all of my followers, family, friends, and people I have connected with online I would like to wish all of you a Happy Thanksgiving.
This is a great time to reflect and I appreciate all of my clients business for trusting me with their investor relations, my family for supporting me, and friends I have made over the years and now online with my Brett Maas Blog, Brett Maas website, and Brett Maas charity site.