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3-Day for the Cure
J.B. Dewar, Inc. has been a supporter of charitable organizations for years. We are proud to support the organizations that are dedicated to inspiring others to get involved and make a difference in the lives of those in need.
In 2010, we laced up our walking shoes and fielded a team of walker/fundraisers to participate in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure. This is a grueling 60 miles covered in three long days. When all was said and done, “Team Dewariffic” raised over $17,000 for the fight against breast cancer. This was truly a team effort, as five walker/fundraisers were supported by friends, family, coworkers, business partners, and J.B. Dewar. Some of the trucks in our fleet have been completely “wrapped,” promoting the 3-Day for the Cure. These vehicles, along with other key signage and promotional materials are designed to keep awareness high.
3-Day participants with their walking shoes.J.B. Dewar employees have participated in 3-Day for the Cure events before 2010 and after as well. Until there is a cure, J.B. Dewar employees will surely continue to donate their time, money and enthusiasm to the fight against this disease. And J.B. Dewar will be behind them every step of the way.
Our team was dearly impacted by their participation in the 3-Day for the Cure walk. Below are a few of their thoughts, days after the event:
“The morning of Day Two I got up bright and early. My legs were still in pain, but had improved. I ate, showered, and prepared myself for the day. Delieu asked me how I was feeling, and I told her my goal was to walk 10 miles and see how I felt (inner voice already trying to make me quit). I then remembered an envelope that Ed had given each of us, asking us not to read until after the first day. I went back to my tent, opened the envelope and read the many inspiring comments from all of the JB Dewar family. It was at that moment that I was more determined than ever to finish the walk.”
– Todd Renfro
“We were waiting at the end for Todd. All of us knew he was battling some pretty bad leg cramping and blisters, but we were hoping he was just a few ‘clicks’ behind the rest of us. Then, his head appeared above the line of spectators welcoming in the walkers. Nikkie, who had been sitting on the grass talking about how she couldn’t even think about moving again, jumped up and ran to meet Todd. Mark and I were right behind her. We all linked arms together as a team.”
– Karen Libby, wife of Mark Libby
Mark, Nikkie, Delieu, and Todd with the 3-Day for the Cure truck.
JB Dewar participants enjoy the San Francisco sights.