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Cross Country Running Father and Son Team Run Across America to Promote GMO-Free Living
Date:12/30/2013

ne of the world's biggest proponents of GMO seeds and the makers of the pesticide Roundup. The runners will also speak with lawmakers in Washington, D.C., reminding them of their sworn duty to protect the health and interests of the American people, not the health and interests of multi-national chemical corporations.

Funding the seven month run, in addition to both Brett and Kris taking extended leaves of absence from their jobs, involves considerable financial support. The 45,000 dollars raised from the Indiegogo campaign, supplemented by donations raised on the road and sales from Brett's book, "We’re Monsanto: Feeding the World, Lie After Lie," will support the run by helping purchase airfare, a motor home and fuel for the trip, high quality video camera and equipment for documentation, vehicle and health insurance, food, and running gear.

About the Wilcox Family:

Poised to become the first father and teenage son transcontinental running team, supported by a mom and daughter running crew, the Wilcox family is committed to running across America to support a GMO-free nation and the safety and health of future generations. In the hope that everyone's children and grandchildren can grow up in a clean world eating organic and natural foods grown on local farms, the Wilcox family's run will bring attention to the dominance of global chemical companies, the destruction they wreak on the nation's food supply, and the negative impact of GMOs on people's health and wellbeing. For more information, visit http://j.mp/runcountry.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/GMO-free/healthy-food/prweb11449940.htm.


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