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Rob & Rich "Getting By With A Little Help" Campaign

Rob & Rich "Getting By With A Little Help" Campaign

Rob & Rich "Getting By With A Little Help" Campaign

Rob & Rich "Getting By With A Little Help" Campaign

Rob & Rich "Getting By With A Little Help" Campaign

Rob & Rich "Getting By With A Little Help" Campaign

Rob & Rich "Getting By With A Little Help" Campaign

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This Campaign will support life saving research, treatment and rehabilitation for stroke victims. Please join us in standing with Rob & Rich to support this effort! www.stroke.org
  • Creation Stands, Rob and Rich will donate a portion of all proceeds from this Campaign to the Heart & Stroke Foundation.
  • T-shirts 100% cotton / Hoodie 80% cotton / 20% polyester
  • Machine Wash / Imported
  • Fan Artist: Kylie Freeman / Photographer: Megan Jackson




Rob Benedict / Richard Speight

Rob and Richard are proud to stand with the National Stroke Association because of a personal experience they shared...
Rob Benedict: "In October of 2013, at a SPN convention in Toronto, I had a stroke.  It was unexpected and random, and if it hadn't been for the quick actions of those around me, most notably my friend Richard Speight Jr, I may not be here today. The American Stroke Association provides insight on how to spot a stroke, how to prevent one and where to get help. Strokes can happen to anyone, at any age. Stay informed and save someone's life."  www.stroke.org

 

 

 

National Stroke Association: 

The National Stroke Association have become the trusted source for free resources and education for the entire stroke community. They develop programs across the full continuum of stroke-- prevention, acute treatment and rehabilitation.

They provide stroke education and programs to stroke survivors, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. The National Stroke Association believe that caregivers and the survivor's circle of support are the core to their recovery. Programs and materials are provided to the stroke community for free.