Interactive 360 Team Member, Levi Knebusch, to Throw First Pitch at Boots vs. Badges

This Saturday, September 14, 2013, Levi Knebusch will throw the first pitch at the annual Boots vs. Badges game held at the Amarillo National Bank Sox Stadium. Knebusch is the Quality Control Manager for Interactive 360 and will be representing Coffee Memorial Blood Center.

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Boots vs. Badges
I think it is something we should all be involved in, but we normally don’t until it personally affects us.

Amarillo, Texas (PRWEB) September 12, 2013

In 2010, Levi Knebusch’s daughter, Madison Knebusch, was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. After fighting the disease valiantly, her body succumbed to the disease in January of last year, at the young age of 16. Knebusch learned through his experience how important blood transfusions are to those battling cancer and from then on committed himself to service work. “It is one of the biggest ways that I can handle my grief. I think it is something we should all be involved in, but we normally don’t until it personally affects us,” Knebusch explained.

As a result of his commitment to this cause, Knebusch has been asked to throw the first pitch at the annual Boots vs. Badges game that will take place this Saturday, September 14, 2013 at the Amarillo National Bank Sox Stadium located at 3303 E. 3rd Street in Amarillo, Texas. Gates open at 6:05 p.m. and the game begins at 7:05.

Knebusch stated, “Boots vs. Badges is an annual fundraiser, in which the Amarillo Police Department and Amarillo Fire Department face off in a charity softball game to wrap up a summer blood drive competition between the two groups. The proceeds are split in half between Coffee Memorial Blood Center and the Texas Panhandle 100 Club.”

When asked if he felt excited to be throwing the first pitch he exclaimed, “Of course! But, really, it’s an honor more than general excitement and the girl that will be catching is an 11-year-old cancer patient suffering from leukemia. I’ll be flying in on the Lifestar helicopter and she will be flying in on the sheriff’s helicopter. Her name is Carla Contreras—she’s the real story here.”

Many of the team members at Interactive 360, Inc. are active volunteers and exhibit servant’s hearts for their local communities. The company truly commends Levi for his service work and is proud to have such a committed community member working for them.

Interactive 360, Inc. is a digital marketing agency based in Amarillo, Texas that offers a wide range of products and services for their clients in the automotive industry, including: complete website construction, inventory management, Drive360CRM, monthly onsite training, social media marketing and PPC marketing campaigns. Rick McLey, CEO of Interactive 360, Inc. believes that in order for Interactive 360, Inc. to best serve clients in the digital arena, one cannot fear change but embrace it and constantly be eager to improve. For any questions you may have, please contact Interactive 360, Inc. at 806-576-3700.


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