Edina Couriers announces

a new partnership with

Children’s Cancer Research Fund

EDINA February 17, 2012 – Edina Couriers, LLC is pleased to announce a new partnership with Children’s Cancer Research Fund, leading with a presenting sponsorship of their annual Time to Fly walk/run event on June 30. As the Presenting Sponsor, Edina Couriers will be making a generous financial contribution, along with providing volunteer support via its local employees.

Nick Olsen, Vice-President of Edina Couriers said “It is an honor and privilege to support such a fantastic organization like Children’s Cancer Research Fund, and their contributions to pediatric cancer research at the University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center. Their funding has helped advance countless medical breakthroughs which we are proud to support now and in the future.  Edina Couriers is committed to the Children’s Cancer Research Fund’s mission of eradicating childhood cancer.”

“We are grateful for the dedication that Edina Couriers has shown to the cancer community through their support of Children’s Cancer Research Fund. It is with the support of organizations like them that we are able to continue our pursuit of a cure for childhood cancer and other devastating illnesses,” said John Hallberg, CEO for Children’s Cancer Research Fund.

Time To Fly 2012 features an event for everyone in the family, from the recreational walker to the competitive runner, and draws large support from families of patients who have found themselves fighting a very personal battle against the deadly disease of childhood cancer. Time to Fly celebrates the special children who have risen above and beat cancer, and pays tribute to those who have sadly lost their courageous battles.

Edina Couriers is committed to the Children’s Cancer Research Fund’s mission of eradicating childhood cancer.

Check us out at CCRF’s Time to Fly 2012 event by clicking here!


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