Max’s Big Ride with Andrew Sedmihradsky and son Max is in the running for Indie88 billboard contest

News Apr 30, 2015 by Debra Downey Ancaster News

Readers can help Max’s Big Ride get a huge boost simply by logging on to their computers.

Max’s Big Ride has been named a finalist in the Win a Billboard contest. Three giant billboards are up for grabs in downtown Toronto and the Yonge Eglinton Centre.

“To win some billboards in downtown Toronto would obviously be huge,” said Andrew Sedmihradsky. “People can vote once per day per IP address, so if I can get a large team of people voting consistently, I might be able to win.”

Sedmihradsky and his son, Max, plan to climb aboard a cargo bike on June 21 to embark on a 600-kilometre journey from Ottawa to Hamilton to raise money and awareness for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

Four-year-old Max has been diagnosed with the fatal and progressive genetic disorder that gradually weakens the body’s muscles. Most children who suffer from Duchenne muscular dystrophy are in a wheelchair by the time they are 12 years old and have a life expectancy of just over 20 years.

“It’s a terrible disease which doesn’t allow Max’s muscles to develop like other kids,” said Sedmihradsky. “So unless we find a cure, he will never get a chance to do the things he dreams about doing.”

For more information and to cast your vote, visit http://indie88.com/billboard-contest.

Voting ends on Sunday, May 10 and the grand prize winner will be announced Monday, May 11. The contest is sponsored by Indie88 and Outfront Media.

Max’s Big Ride with Andrew Sedmihradsky and son Max is in the running for Indie88 billboard contest

News Apr 30, 2015 by Debra Downey Ancaster News

Readers can help Max’s Big Ride get a huge boost simply by logging on to their computers.

Max’s Big Ride has been named a finalist in the Win a Billboard contest. Three giant billboards are up for grabs in downtown Toronto and the Yonge Eglinton Centre.

“To win some billboards in downtown Toronto would obviously be huge,” said Andrew Sedmihradsky. “People can vote once per day per IP address, so if I can get a large team of people voting consistently, I might be able to win.”

Sedmihradsky and his son, Max, plan to climb aboard a cargo bike on June 21 to embark on a 600-kilometre journey from Ottawa to Hamilton to raise money and awareness for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

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Four-year-old Max has been diagnosed with the fatal and progressive genetic disorder that gradually weakens the body’s muscles. Most children who suffer from Duchenne muscular dystrophy are in a wheelchair by the time they are 12 years old and have a life expectancy of just over 20 years.

“It’s a terrible disease which doesn’t allow Max’s muscles to develop like other kids,” said Sedmihradsky. “So unless we find a cure, he will never get a chance to do the things he dreams about doing.”

For more information and to cast your vote, visit http://indie88.com/billboard-contest.

Voting ends on Sunday, May 10 and the grand prize winner will be announced Monday, May 11. The contest is sponsored by Indie88 and Outfront Media.

Max’s Big Ride with Andrew Sedmihradsky and son Max is in the running for Indie88 billboard contest

News Apr 30, 2015 by Debra Downey Ancaster News

Readers can help Max’s Big Ride get a huge boost simply by logging on to their computers.

Max’s Big Ride has been named a finalist in the Win a Billboard contest. Three giant billboards are up for grabs in downtown Toronto and the Yonge Eglinton Centre.

“To win some billboards in downtown Toronto would obviously be huge,” said Andrew Sedmihradsky. “People can vote once per day per IP address, so if I can get a large team of people voting consistently, I might be able to win.”

Sedmihradsky and his son, Max, plan to climb aboard a cargo bike on June 21 to embark on a 600-kilometre journey from Ottawa to Hamilton to raise money and awareness for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

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Four-year-old Max has been diagnosed with the fatal and progressive genetic disorder that gradually weakens the body’s muscles. Most children who suffer from Duchenne muscular dystrophy are in a wheelchair by the time they are 12 years old and have a life expectancy of just over 20 years.

“It’s a terrible disease which doesn’t allow Max’s muscles to develop like other kids,” said Sedmihradsky. “So unless we find a cure, he will never get a chance to do the things he dreams about doing.”

For more information and to cast your vote, visit http://indie88.com/billboard-contest.

Voting ends on Sunday, May 10 and the grand prize winner will be announced Monday, May 11. The contest is sponsored by Indie88 and Outfront Media.