Jill Schiaparelli, Senior Vice President of Marketing at AxoGen, remarked, “The thirty riders selected for Donate Life’s ‘Light Up the World’ float are an inspiration to us all with their individual stories of gratitude for renewed life. AxoGen is honored to have offered a nerve repair solution that helped save Edward’s leg and we are proud that the American Association of Tissue Banks selected Edward for this year’s float. His story is one of great courage and immense accomplishment and is a shining example of successful nerve repair with our processed nerve allograft.”
Since 2005, the AATB has sponsored the Donate Life Rose Parade Float. The theme of the 2014 Donate Life Float, "Light Up the World," supports the organization’s mission of saving and enhancing lives through the gift of organ and tissue donation.
About the Donate Life Float
The 2014 Donate Life float is built by Phoenix Decorating Company and is coordinated by Los Angeles-based OneLegacy, the world's largest organ, eye and tissue recovery organization. Each year, the Donate Life float campaign is supported by more than 140 official sponsors from coast to coast, including organ, eye and tissue recovery organizations, tissue processors, hospitals, transplant centers, state donor registries, funeral homes, donor family foundations and affiliated organizations. Joining OneLegacy as top-level benefactors are American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB), Dignity Memorial® network, Donate Life America, Donate Life Run/Walk Committee, Josiah's House, The Order of St. Lazarus, SightLife and TBI/Tissue Banks International.
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