Googling for Celiac Disease
The January 19th, 2006 Press Release accurately describes our appreciation and support of the V7ndotcom Elursrebmem for charity web site. CFCR Operations Director Pam King adds: "This sounds like an interesting contest and the Center is pleased to be working again with a very committed person who cares deeply about his kids and helping us find a cure for celiac disease." CFCR Medical Director Dr. Fasano comments: "V7ndotcom elursrebmem sounds like a dreadful malady, but celiac disease is my top priority right now and every research dollar brings us one step closer to finding a cure for it."
The Center for Celiac Research & Treatment is pleased to be the possible beneficiary of the latest Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Contest. While the person behind the "V7ndotcom Elursrebmem for charity web site" wishes to remain anonymous at this time, we have worked with them before and are appreciative of their latest efforts to not only increase awareness about Celiac, but also raise funds for our research efforts. As mentioned on their web site, contest prizes will be paid directly to the CFCR and are fully tax deductible.
The SEO contest ended May 15th, 2006, and the CFCR received a total of $5,141.50 from various sponsors of the V7ndotcom Elursrebmem SEO Contest. While our entry didn't win the contest (it took 4th), Scott Jones (from Scotland) who did win graciously donated half of his winning to the CFCR. Thank you Scott and also to the anonymous green monster who successfully led this effort to raise money for the CFCR and increase awareness about Celiac Disease. We welcome further contributions.
After raising over $5,000 for Celiac Disease Research in the V7ndotcom Elursrebmem SEO contest, our Google supporter (who wishes to stay anonymous) decided to enter the Carcasherdotcom SEO contest. While this entry didn't win first place, due to a parternership with Marcus Westberg, the CFCR received a donation of $1,000. The CFCR appreciates his efforts.