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NATB Announces Partnership With Ronald McDonald House Charities(R)
Date:8/7/2009

OAK BROOK, Ill., Aug. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Ronald McDonald House Charities((R)) (RMHC((R))) announced a multi-year partnership with the National Association of Ticket Brokers (NATB) that includes ticket donations to select Ronald McDonald House Charities in the United States and volunteerism by members of the NATB family. As of August 1, 2009, NATB members across the country have donated over 2,000 tickets to their local RMHC Chapters.

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"We are proud to be associated with the NATB, which has approximately 175 member ticket brokers in the United States," said Marty Coyne, president and CEO of RMHC. "RMHC and our local Chapters rely on the generous donations of our corporate partners and NATB is providing valuable contributions in terms of volunteers and entertainment for our families. Our families are going through difficult medical situations with their child, and NATB is giving them a chance to relax and take their mind off their worries - if only for a few moments. This partnership is a natural extension of our mission to support families - both financially and emotionally - during a very difficult time in their lives."

In August 2009, NATB will commence their partnership by launching their "32 for 32" program. This three year initiative will donate 32 tickets for every NFL preseason game in each of the 32 NFL markets. NATB members will also donate tickets for other sporting events, concerts and the performing arts. Additionally, NATB members will donate 32 hours of volunteerism in each of those 32 NFL markets. And this is just the beginning, as other initiatives will be announced in the coming months. NATB also hopes to establish a unique ticket donation and volunteer program th
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