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Bulleit Publishing LLC.

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Bulleit Publishing LLC.
100 N Louis J Koch Blvd #103
Santa Claus, IN 47579-8540
Ph. (812)-937---9910
Fx. (812) 937 - 9910

Indianapolis Colts' ChuckStrong Campaign Inspires Two Middle School Students to Create IsaacStrong Campaign for Fellow Student with Leukemia

Student recently diagnosed with Leukemia has strength lifted by fellow students who model the Indianapolis Colts' CHUCKSTRONG campaign and quickly gain international recognition growing in popularity with 35,000 facebook fans in just a few days.

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SANTA CLAUS, Ind./EWORLDWIRE/Jan. 23, 2013 --- On January 12, 2013, Isaac Gogel of Fulda, Ind., was diagnosed with Leukemia at Kosair Children's Hospital in Louisville, Ky. Isaac is a student of Heritage Hills Middle School in Spencer County, Ind.

Recently learning of the battle Isaac faces to overcome his illness by following Indianapolis Colts' head coach Chuck Pagano's struggle, Zachary Bulleit (pronounced "bullet") of Santa Claus, Ind., and Jacob Allard of St. Meinrad, Ind., decided to get behind their dear friend and classmate by following the lead of their beloved Colts organization's CHUCKSTRONG campaign and starting their own ISAACSTRONG campaign. Seeing what impact their campaign had on their head coach's recovery by listening to coach Chuck Pagano's interviews after his return is their motivation.

On January 15, 2013, Zachary and Jacob launched their facebook(R) page ISAACSTRONG and designed t-shirts to sell on http://www.isaacstrong.org to help raise awareness and needed funds to help Isaac's family. Since the launch of the page on facebook, it has quickly achieved over 34,000 likes (as of January 22) from people as far away as the U.K., Northern Africa and Greece. The website isaacstrong.org is taking orders for t-shirts and window decals constantly.

"We hope to raise money to help the family because I am sure they can use it right now but, most importantly, I think it means much more to see so many people in your corner when you need support the most. I miss my friend at school, and the more I can help him stay strong, the sooner he recovers and comes back home ... and to school," said Zachary.

As of now, Isaac is not expected to return to school this school year but with the support of so many, Zachary and Jacob know that Isaac feels closer to his friends by keeping in eye on the ISAACSTRONG facebook page and seeing all the inspiring comments and well wishes - some from those who have been there, too. "Sometimes technology is a good thing. What better way to see so many great reasons to fight such a difficult battle when, without these reasons, you might be willing to give up. Isaac can see all these reasons in real-time online whenever he needs a strong reminder. For this, I am extremely thankful for the technology behind it," said Jacob.

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Mark Bulleit
Bulleit Publishing LLC.
Santa Claus, IN 47579-8540
PHONE. (812)-937---9910
EMAIL: mbulleit@emarket101.com

KEYWORDS: leukemia campaign, chuckstrong, isaacstrong, isaac gogel, leukemia awareness, battling leukemia, friends helping friends, student heros, teen heros

SOURCE: Bulleit Publishing LLC.


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