Anita Button Has Joined the Road 2 Recovery FoundationMonday, October 30, 2006 | 6:03 AM
Scottsdale , AZ - The Road 2 Recovery Foundation announces that Anita Button, Jimmy Button’s mother, has joined the Road 2 Recovery Foundation full-time. The Road 2 Recovery Foundation was founded in 2000 and its first recipient was Jimmy Button.
Throughout the years, the Road 2 Recovery Foundation has seen tremendous growth and support from numerous supporters and has been able to donate to many athletes including most recently James Marshall and Ernesto Fonseca.
“I am very excited to join Road 2 Recovery and I look forward to helping to take Road 2 Recovery to the next level. We have exciting fundraiser plans for the upcoming year and it’s very rewarding to join such a great organization that has done so much for the motocross athletes,” says Anita Button. Anita Button has been a longtime volunteer with the foundation and is now on the foundation full-time.
The Road 2 Recovery Foundation is made up of a board of directors who volunteer their time out of their busy schedules to help out in the sport they have grown to love.
With the foundation’s growth, the Road 2 Recovery Foundation also has established a new phone number and mailing address.
The foundation’s new contact information is
23623 N Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale , AZ 85255
Be sure to bookmark www.road2recovery.com for more information for exciting announcements about great upcoming fundraisers. For all Road 2 Recovery business please contact Anita Button at 480-276-1131.
The Road 2 Recovery Foundation is dedicated to helping AMA licensed motocross members with financial assistance if they sustain career-ending injuries as well as providing motivational, emotional and spiritual support to these individuals and their families. For more information and sponsorship opportunities contact Road 2 Recovery at 480-276-1131 or [email protected] .
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