Brian Findley, President of Digital Dimensions, Inc., is taking part in the 192 mile Pan-Mass Challenge, a charity ride benefiting the Jimmy Fund for cancer research. Last year, Team Dassault (http://www.teamdassault.com/) raised over $500,000 for the third time in the 13 years of the team’s existence. In total, they have raised $4.8 million. This year, Brian is riding with Team Dassault again, but this time around, he is riding in honor of his friend, Todd Gutschow, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. This is what Brian had to say about Todd and his fight against cancer:
“Todd Gutschow was diagnosed in March of this year and has been going through treatments. Everything is positive and I’m confident he will beat the disease. Todd is an advocate for improving K-12 education and has done nothing but public service since retiring from his software business. He serves on the boards of AVID Center, Classroom of the Future Foundation, Hubbs-Seaworld Research Institute, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego. Cancer is a horrible disease that can affect even the best people in this world.”
However, in order to participate for the ride this year, Brian must first raise $4,300. Credit card donations are accepted through (http://www.pmc.org/profile/bf0110). For more information about sending a check, please email Brian at (email@example.com). Any amount is appreciated and donations over $75 will receive a Team Dassault t-shirt courtesy of Dassault Systemes SolidWorks.
More information about the Pan-Mass Challenge can be found here: (http://www.pmc.org/about). All of the proceeds go towards the Jimmy Fund for the fight against cancer.