Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk, 2009
The Rothkoff Elder Law “Top 10” reasons to join our team!
The Memory Walk sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association is the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s disease care, support and research.
Rothkoff Elder Care Law is pleased to further our support of the Alzheimer’s Association by forming a team to participate in the 2009 Memory Walk. We are inviting our professional friends, legal colleagues, clients and family members, many of whom are affected by Alzheimer’s disease, any and all who are interested, to join us on Sunday, November 15, 2009 at 9:30 a.m. at Citizen’s Bank Park in Philadelphia.
The top ten reasons you may want to join our team for the 2009 Memory Walk:
10. Free Admission to Citizen’s Bank Park– The Memory Walk will be at Citizen’s Bank Park this year. Although no game is scheduled, you can have great seats by sitting in any seat you want in the stadium.
9. Good Exercise – the Memory Walk is 3.1 miles long (a 5k). You should burn about 300 calories, which equals a Krispy Kreme Doughnut!
8. Sleep In – The Memory Walk starts at 9:30 a.m. (be there a little earlier for registration and team photos) –– you don’t need to wake up too early!
7. No Football Conflicts – The Memory Walk is on Sunday, November 15. The Eagles play at San Diego at 4:15 p.m. that day.
6. It’s Easy – You can go to this link to join our team –– http://PhiladelphiaMW2009.kintera.org/rothkofflaw. There is no registration fee (we have taken care of that) and by using the fundraising tools, you can have your friends and colleagues support you and the Alzheimer’s Association.
5. Elder Law Advice – Enjoy a free 3-mile consultation with any of our staff.
4. Meet the law firm staff (and our new addition, Janie’s baby boy – Leonardo Joseph Male). We are a lot of fun. I promise you won’t be bored.
3. A New T-Shirt – Join our team and we will provide you with a free Rothkoff Elder Care Law T-Shirt (just what you always wanted)???
2. Free Lunch – Join our team, then join us for lunch after the Memory Walk.
And the # 1 reason…By supporting the Memory Walk, you’ll be joining the battle against a disease that affects so many members of our “greatest generation” who fought for our freedoms. Something to think about as we approach Veterans’ Day. Let’s fight now for these men and women and for future generations to beat this disease.