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Our (Eddie and Brian Bluff’s) Mom has lived with Parkinson’s Disease for the past 20 years. Here’s a picture of Mom, Freddy (my – Brian’s – Grandson) and yours truly.
Mom’s now 75 years old and has suffered with Parkinson’s Disease for the past 20 years. During this time, she has had to:
- Retire ten years before she planned,
- Forego her plans of traveling or joining the Peace Corps (no kidding),
- Stop driving in her early sixties,
- Move out of the her home, and
- Spend three years living in an assisted living facility.
Throughout all of this Mom has maintained a great outlook! Incredible – I mean WOW!
Fortunately for Mom and for us, we live close to one of the only Skilled Nursing Facilities in the country specializing in the treatment of people with Parkinson’s Disease – The Presbyterian Home and Services in New Hartford, NY 13413. When Mom moved into the Presbyterian Home two years ago she weighted 97 pounds and suffered the effects of poorly controlled medication. Now, two years later, she’s gained 20 pounds, and has a much better quality of life thanks to our friends at the Presbyterian Home.
Our family owes a lot to the Presbyterian Home and we want to give back.
So, we at Site-Seeker, challenge any company to a daily round of darts to support the charity of its choice – We’ll be supporting the Parkinson’s Unit at the Presbyterian Home of course!
We propose the following rules:
- Daily competition should take no more than 3 minutes to complete.
- Each team shall consist of three players.
- Each week day, each team throws two rounds of three darts (18 total darts – 3 players, 3 darts, 2 rounds) at a selected number (rotates daily – 20, 19, 18, 17… bull).
- The team with the most weekly points (1 point for a single, 2 points for a double, 3 points for a triple; for bulls one point for the blue and two points for the red) wins.
- Each losing team will contribute $25 per week to the winning team’s charity of choice.
- If you don’t have a charity of choice, we ask that you consider supporting the Parkinson’s Unit at the Presbyterian Home – ask me for details (brianbluffATsite-seeker.com).
- We’ll play by the honor system.
- All checks should be sent directly to the winning company’s charity of choice.
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Brian Bluff is the President and Co-Founder of Site-Seeker, Inc., a Central New York based Internet Marketing Firm that has been recognized as being one of New York’s fastest growing small businesses. Together with his brother and Co-Founder Eddie Bluff - Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Brian has grown the company into a successful source of Internet Marketing Solutions, with offices and employees in three states.
Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Brian studied Micro-Electric Engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology. After earning his Bachelor’s degree and spending several years in the United States Navy; Brian went on to work for some of the countries most successful companies including; Pfizer, M&T Bank, and PAR Technology - where he held several Vice President positions, including Vice President of Marketing at Rome Research Corporation and Vice President/General Manager of PAR Logistics Management Systems – the company that pioneered the asset tracking industry. In 2000, Brian went on to start his first business, TCO Inc. As a provider of Internet marketing solutions, TCO, Inc. became one of the first of its kind in Central New York, offering clients a competitive advantage online through the use of consulting, online marketing, and the Thomas Industrial Network.
Today, Brian shares the secrets of Internet marketing on the national stage, traveling throughout the U.S. and Canada to speak at trade shows, seminars, and association meetings. Brian is also a speaker in Site-Seeker Inc.'s webinar series including Jolt & Bolt and Lunch & Learn.
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