Raising Funds & Awareness

July 2011
PN;Jul2011, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p48
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the silent auction conducted by two-time Olympic champion Mariel Zagunis and 2010 Wheelchair World Team member Ryan Estep for the U.S. Wheelchair Fencing Team. It states that the silent auction raised more than 2,000 dollars during the USA Fencing Division I and Wheelchair National Championships held in Portland, Oregon in April 2011. It mentions that the fencing fans bid for the Olympic and fencing memorabilia donated by FencingPhotos.com, Leon Paul, and ProPrintwear.


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