I Need Your Help

As you know, we have never charged for our Internet Management Information Service or the Management Doctor and we don’t intend to do so. However, I need your help.

Our 46 year old son Pete was diagnosed in April 2010 with ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease). Pete has become one of thousands of PALS (people with ALS) hoping for a cure or effective treatment. Today, ALS is unpreventable, untreatable and incurable.

Pete was an active triathlete along with his wife Monica. They have two sons Ryan and Zachary ages 14 and 12. Pete has had to sell his construction company and has lost most muscle strength and is in a wheelchair.

Pete was an avid cyclist and member of the Wells Fargo Cycling team and Danville-based Forward Motion Race Club. A great competitor, one of Pete’s most satisfying athletic accomplishments was completing the 70.3 World Championships in Florida in 2006.  We need to find a cure and with your help can do so.

Can you help?

You are one of 3,500 emailers communicating with The Management Doctor. Even a modest donation of $10 each would raise $35,000. We have an anonymous donor who has agreed to match your contributions dollar-per-dollar up to $25,000.

You can donate on line directly For Pete’s Sake at http://community.als.net/petezucker and see more about Pete. There will be no administrative charge to this effort and 100% of your donation will go directly to the ALS TDI researchers trying to find the cure.

Thank you,

Paul Zucker, FAICP
The Management Doctor

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