Succeed® Establishes eBay Store to Raise Funds for Courtney King-Dye Medical Fund
RELEASE: March 24, 2010
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: By Patrick Warczak, Jr.
An eBay store to aid with Courtney King-Dye’s medical expenses has been established by King-Dye’s long time sponsor, Succeed® Digestive Conditioning Program. The store can be found at http://stores.ebay.com/Courtney-King-Dye-Medical-Fund
and features a variety of items donated by individuals in the equestrian community. 100% of the net proceeds from sales of all items at this store will go to the Courtney King-Dye Medical Fund.
King-Dye, a top dressage rider who competed for the U.S. team in the 2008 Olympics in Hong Kong, suffered a serious head injury March 3 while schooling one of her horses in Loxahatchee, FL. She remains in a coma.
Items that have been donated to the eBay store to date include: an oil painting (“Summer Piaffe”) by award winning artist Ivetta Harte, Templeton Thompson autographed CDs, dressage DVDs, a breeding to Holsteiner stallion Contester II, Jeanne
Lambrecht bracelets, EquestrianProfessional.com memberships, dressage lessons with Guenter Seidel, and an Exquisite Equestrian Custom Wool Blanket. Individuals interested in donating items to the store should email Lyndsey White at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Freedom Health, the makers of Succeed, at (330) 562-0888.
“We felt the need to do something above and beyond our sponsorship of Courtney to help her during this difficult time,” said John Hall, President of Freedom Health, makers of Succeed®. “No matter what your preferred equestrian discipline, at
times like this we must all band together and show our support.”
Succeed® Digestive Conditioning Program® is an official product sponsor of the United States Equestrian Federation, United States Dressage Federation, and the United States Eventing Association. It is produced and distributed exclusively by Freedom Health, LLC, of Aurora, OH. The company is focused on finding, perfecting and delivering superior, innovative products that address real and significant health-related issues for animals and the people who care for them. Visit www.succeedequine.com
for further information.