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Awesome Job Team ESMS

by Ryan Shell

Multiple sclerosis fundraising walks are fantastic events that people of all ages can take part in. Raising money for the cause is at the core of everything we do at The Home T so you might say we are big fans of these walks.

A number of events took place over the weekend, and there’s one in particular we’d like to highlight.

Team ESMS took part in a Walk MS 2015 event in Ohio, and we have to give them a big shout out. Reason being is that of all the teams that participated, they raised the most money. Any amount raised is phenomenal, but this group did exceptionally well.

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Adrienne and her husband are at the core of this team as their family is impacted by this disease. It’s awesome to see how many people have rallied behind them to join the fight of kicking multiple sclerosis’s butt.

If you’ve never taken part in a multiple sclerosis fundraising walk, bike ride or stair climb we highly encourage you to do so. To get started, do a Google search for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and your city name and you’re likely to find an event near you.

Keep up the great work Team ESMS! We’d love to join you next year for the multiple sclerosis fundraising walk.



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