Create, Inspire, Share & Raise Awareness!

Well – we would love to see your creativity! We have already had some fantastic awareness posters for the walk being made and we’d love to see some more! We’ll share them here & post them on all of our social media channels and in turn our walk will spread and grow – with your help! We will be sharing some ways that you can TAKE ACTION to help us raise awareness.
This is our first post about a concrete action you can take to help us with our collective goal of raising awareness of this family of diseases. Graphics shared with information have a much higher share rate and sharing equals people learning about our walk which also gets people interested in why we are walking. This is part of the reason we are, “shooting for the moon.” First because it is fun to have a goal but second is because it does grab people’s attention. So please use your creativity and mad skills and show us what ya got! Also – part of the way these images have more impact is when they can be linked back to our website where we show everyone what we are attempting to do here so we ask you to email them so that we can share them FROM here – so that they will link back here. I know that sounds confusing but it is all the magic of social media. Our email is walkyourASoff @!
Here are a few of the posters we have already received and their creators! When creating, please make sure to include the name of our website. Otherwise – have FUN with this & get creative!
By Michael Smith – Team Captain of The Spondyville Fusers!
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By Chris Scott – Chris is one of our FB Admins and owner of a graphics & decal company.
Here you can see Sabrina makes a fabulous image that looks like a bulletin board using the image Chris made and putting it together with her idea! We love that!
By Sabrina – Team captain of the Spirited Spondys and one of our Admins on our FB page.
Send us your Walk Your A.S. Off awareness posters & we’ll get to sharing! You share, we share, we all get to sharing – and that helps raise awareness of our walk and more importantly it helps raise awareness of A.S.

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