“On June 4th, 2006 I would have trained for 4 months to complete a full 26.2 or 40K run or walk in honor of my hero Matthew, other kids and adults like him who are dealing with and beating blood cancers like Leukemia! I would be very appreciative and honored to have you support my team, Team in Training, the largest endurance training organization affiliated with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society” Paul says with conviction. Apparel Ism Journal (AIJ), has named Paul Finkelstein’s team as a recipient of A Cure for Cancer! AIJ “A Cure for Cancer!” campaign gives money to grassroots cancer organizations. AIJ raises money from the sale of apparel, posters, cards, art contests, and advertising, such as affiliate partnerships: Western Union, Office Depot, Walmart, Macy’s, Apple, Sony, Radisson Hotels, Nokia, Petsmart, H&R Block, Disney, Netflix, and countless others! “When subscribers shop the AIJ Galatique,they are saving money and saving a life. I lost my stepmom to breast cancer last year. I have friends and clients all dealing with cancer directly or indirectly. And then there’s Coretta Scott King and Christopher Reeves widow. Cancer is becoming synonymous with AIDS” says Qn. Everlena Brown, AIJ Chief Editor. The budding online journal has officially launch its first art contest. It's a juried art contest for an interpretation of 1776 A.D. by Jing Coqui. ALL artistic mediums are welcomed, however the finished product must be a camera ready 8x10 work of art. Winners will have their work featured in 2007 on apparel, cards, and giclees to benefit Cancer.
Visit the highlight section in Apparel Ism Journal to read about our inspiration(s) and recipient(s).
• Emerging Professional (under 5 years exp.)
You may only enter 1 work of art. Please include your name, address, phone number, school name or occupation and $15 entry fee with your work postmarked by September 1, 2006.