Positive Young Peoople Foundation partners with Nick Alexander Imports
PYP’s 365 Campaign offers chance to win a Mini Cooper and gas for one year, plus Iphone, Ipad2, trips and more
Los Angeles —
Logan Voxx, CEO of Positive Young People Foundation (PYP), announced that those who sign up for their 365 Campaign (www.breakthesilencecampaign.org) will have an opportunity to win a Mini Cooper and a year supply of gasoline. Once the campaign has enrolled 10,000 supporters, a name will be drawn and a car from Nick Alexander Imports of Los Angeles will be delivered to the lucky winner. The money generated from the campaign will fund the handful of services and campaigns of the non-profit organization.
"I am thrilled that we can offer such an amazing incentive for our advocates, especially now with the economically challenging times many face today. For as little as $44 a year, who would not want to: one, support a worthy cause and organization and two, have a chance to not only win an incredible car from Nick Alexander Imports but a year supply of gas," said Voxx. "Supporters will not only feel good about doing a good deed without hurting their pocketbooks but also have a chance to win great gifts. It's a true win-win for everyone."
PYP was founded in 2009 because Voxx felt that he needed to reach young people about the seriousness of HIV/AIDS and more importantly in the southern states of the US where he was raised. A Southern California based charity, PYP works tirelessly to help end the pandemic.
"When we first met with members of Positive Young People a month ago, we were not only impressed with such a passionate group of young individuals but blown away that it's one that was founded by a then 22-year-old," said Shep Nelson, General Sales Manager of Nick Alexander Imports. "We are proud sponsors of PYP and we stand behind their mission that hopes to bring back the conversation about the seriousness of HIV and AIDS among the younger demographic across the nation."
Previous 365 Campaign Winner includes Anthony Rosania who won a four night stay at a five star resort in Costa Rica.