Skjeberg, Norway (PRWEB) January 3, 2006
Corporations, big and small, always seek new means to reach children and their families, and with the help of The Captain Fit Foundation (CFF), companies now have a dedicated partner to assist in building good will while doing good deeds.
Matthew Alleyne, Founder of The Captain Fit Foundation (CFF), explained the organization’s mission during a recent telephone interview.
“We raise funds through the sale of Captain Fit’s Guide to Good Health and other products related to children’s health and safety. We donate to children’s charities on a global scale. More importantly, we also work with corporations to deliver our fitness text to children free of charge. Our goal in 2006? To give away more than 1 Million copies of Captain Fit’s Guide To Good Health.”
Captain Fit is the perfect superhero for today’s youngsters and for today’s socially conscious companies. He’s handsome, funny and, instead of fighting evil villains, he fights childhood obesity and common dangers in the lives of our children. The Foundation’s publication, Captain Fit’s Guide To Good Health by author Matthew E. Alleyne is a fun-filled, full-color text covering healthy diet, fitness and personal safety – perfect for corporations reaching out to children and families with messages of sound nutrition and exercise for young people.
In addition to its first of many publications, CFF also maintains a free website loaded with useful information for parents and children alike – everything from new backyard games to recipes to fun puzzles.
The website is also the home of Captain Fit’s Fitness Rangers, a club that emphasizes sound nutrition, exercise and taking responsibility for personal safety. Corporate sponsors are also permanently enshrined in the Foundation’s Hall of Fame link on the website at CaptainFit.com.
CFF’s flagship publication has been well received by parents, children and critics. New York Times best-selling author, Ellen Tanner Marsh said, “… the book delivers on its promise, providing many interesting nutritional facts and descriptions of fun fitness games that are easy for children to understand, including sections devoted to word puzzles and family activities.”
As a good corporate citizen, you can take the lead in promoting children’s health. High-quality copies of this colorful, engaging text will be produced with your company’s imprint and delivered to schools, libraries and homes free of charge – thanks to you and your company’s generosity. We can target your specific demographics, or provide you with mailing lists of institutions waiting to distribute the Captain’s message to eager young readers. Doctor’s offices, shopping malls, health clubs – wherever there are children, Captain Fit will be there thanks to your company’s concern.
To learn more, visit CaptainFit.com and click on the Hall of Fame link. You’ll receive a free, download of the complete text while the bound copy and corporate information packet makes its way to your desk.
Please act today. Our goal is to give away more than 1 Million copies of Captain Fit’s Guide to Good Health in ’06 with your corporate sponsorship, and the clock is ticking. It’s a win-win-win situation. Your corporation wins by developing good will. Schools and libraries win because they receive valuable teaching tools thanks to you. And, of course, most importantly, our children win by learning more about good nutrition, exercise and safety.
CCF Founder, Matthew Alleyne, will speak with you directly to tailor the perfect plan for your public relations and marketing needs.
So contact us today and let’s work together to make this a happier, healthier world for all children. We look forward to working together with you.
Non sponsored editions of the book are available to order at Booksurge.com, Amazon.com, Alibris.com and Abebooks.com. ISBN: 1419615866
The Captain Fit Foundation
Matthew Alleyne, Founder
(+47) 91 84 38 86
(+47) 69 15 34 92
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