RentLizard.com Joins the Fight Against Breast Cancer

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RentLizard, LLC is announcing a multi-faceted campaign to raise monies and awareness of breast cancer. Titled "Little Pink Houses", the company will utilize its website to conduct its campaign, aimed at both property managers and prospective renters. Monies raised during the campaign will be donated to the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, to support breast cancer research.

We truly feel privileged to be able to offer our site as a springboard for educating our users about breast cancer and its deadly affects, and additionally provide them the ability to help raise monies for its cure.

October is national breast cancer awareness month. In recognition, RentLizard, LLC is announcing a multi-faceted campaign to raise monies and awareness of the disease. Titled "Little Pink Houses", the company will utilize its website RentLizard.com to conduct its campaign, aimed at both property managers and prospective renters. Monies raised during the campaign will be donated to the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, to support breast cancer research.

Says David Fitzpatrick, a RentLizard co-founder, "We truly feel privileged to be able to offer our site as a springboard for educating our users about breast cancer and its deadly affects, and additionally provide them the ability to help raise monies for its cure."

"Community partners like RentLizard.com are key to our future success", remarked Dr. Michael Caligiuri, director of The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center and CEO of the James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. "This community effort will not only raise valuable donations to support Stefanie's Fund for Breast Cancer Research, but will also educate people throughout the nation on the importance of mammography and early detection."

Property managers that are new to RentLizard.com, will have the ability to register free of charge and post unlimited numbers of free rental listings throughout the month. RentLizard, LLC will donate $.25 for every rental listing that is activated on the site in October (Breast Cancer Awareness Month).    As a unique way to help educate RentLizard.com users about breast cancer, stats or statements about the disease will be placed in random locations on the site each day. Visitors will have a chance to correctly answer questions regarding each daily breast cancer informational post, for a chance to win one of five $200 gift cards that will be given out each week of the month-long campaign. To round out the campaign, a direct link to the Stefanie Spielman Fund website Spielman Fund will be established, allowing users to make their own personal online donations directly to the fund.

About RentLizard.com:
RentLizard.com provides property managers and renters a comprehensive resource for creating, managing and searching available rental property listings across the nation. RentLizard, LLC and its associated website was founded in 2008. After an extensive period of beta testing, RentLizard.com was brought live this past August. Despite its short existence, RentLizard.com is one of the fastest growing rental property listing websites in the nation, with over 800 listings activated in its first four weeks.

RentLizard.com is the brainchild of its co-founders Paul Gregg and David Fitzpatrick, and seeks to provide property managers maximum exposure for their rental listings, at minimal cost, by syndicating rental listings to over 20 additional sites. Both founders have a combined 30+ year background in all aspects of real estate investment, technology, and market research.

For more information visit RentLizard.com.

Media Contact:
David Fitzpatrick, RentLizard.com
P: 866-610-8559

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