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Camels with a Cause Helps Ease the Pain of Arthritis
Date:4/14/2009

cj Advertising's employees lend a hand to the Arthritis Foundation, fellow co-worker

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) April 14, 2009 -- Nashville-based cj Advertising and its charity fundraising initiative, Camels with a Cause (CWAC), have announced its latest mission -- helping raise funds for the Arthritis Foundation and fund research toward new medications to fight debilitating diseases.

Helping One of Our Own:
CWAC's most recent effort is being led by Jason Clark, cj's Development Team Lead, whose wife, Zoni, was diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 12. Now, as a mother of three young children, Zoni knows firsthand how the effects of arthritis can make even the simplest activities, such as tying her children's shoes, impossible.

"I'm so grateful for everyone at cj Advertising and Camels with a Cause for helping me and my family while also creating awareness about arthritis," Zoni said. "These walks have helped fund research that has led to the development of treatments to make the lives of those who suffer from arthritis less painful."

On Sunday, April 19, the members of CWAC along with many other community members will participate in the Goodlettsville/Sumner County Arthritis Walk at Moss Wright Park in Goodlettsville. The goal of the walk is to raise awareness and funds to fight arthritis, the nation's most common cause of disability. This year's Walk Honoree is Tiffany Cripps, a hairdresser who contracted rheumatoid arthritis in 2004 f
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