Summary: Goose Control company Away With Geese is sponsoring “Walk & Roll” the Spina Bifida Coalition of Cincinnati’s (SBCC) annual walk for the fifth consecutive year. The event is a celebration that allows the SBCC to raise funds and awareness about Spina Bifida.
Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
Away With Geese is a sponsor of “Walk & Roll” the Spina Bifida Coalition of Cincinnati’s (SBCC) annual walk. The event raises funds for the SBCC families, increases awareness about Spina Bifida, and builds community among the participants.
Away With Geese has been a sponsor of the event for the last five years. According to Tom Wells, President of Away With Geese, “This is an incredibly important cause and one that Away With Geese is proud to support. Goose control is something that is important to us, but most importantly, it allows us to give back to our community and have an impact in issues that are dear to us, like this one.”
According to Beth Yantek, Executive Director of SBCC, “Because of community partners like Away With Geese, we have been able to continue to provide support in the way of educational and social events that bring our families together. I speak as the Executive Director and as the parent of a son who is learning to navigate life in spite of his mobility issues.”
Walk & Roll will be held on September 28, 2013 at the Shaker Trace Trail in Miami Whitewater Forest in Harrison, Ohio. Registration is at 9 am, the walk starts at 10 am, and after the walk there will be a picnic. This is one of several charitable donations that Away With Geese makes throughout the year.
About Away With Geese
Away With Geese is a family-owned and operated goose deterrent company that offers satisfaction guaranteed goose deterrent products. With nearly 10,000 sold, Away With Geese has a success rate of over 97%. The goose control products are environmentally friendly, humane, maintenance free, and covered by a warranty. They feature a solar-powered light that is scarcely noticeable to humans but is very disruptive to the sleep of the geese, causing them to find another habitat after just a few restless nights. There is a unit for every type of landscape. To learn more go to: http://awaywithgeese.wpengine.com.