Run with Mike at the New York City Marathon!

Run with Mike Cyger at the New York City Marathon

Run with Mike at the New York City Marathon!

By Michael Cyger , Instructor of DNAcademy

Published: September 29, 2021

The domain name industry is going to the New York City Marathon. On. My. Back. And I have a few more spots to take you with me on the journey.

All corporate sponsorships, including your company logo on my race shirt, are sold out. Thank you for your support! 🙏

Hey everyone, I’m Michael Cyger from DNAcademy and I have some exciting news.

The domain name industry is going to the New York City Marathon. On. My. Back.

And I have a few more spots to take you with me on the journey.

As you may know, on November 7th, 2021, I’m running in the New York City Marathon. I’m also fundraising and raising awareness for Camp Korey, a camp that brings joy to kids.

Kids with serious medical conditions miss out on the joy and adventure of childhood because of their physical limitations, their treatments, and their regular medical appointments.

But for one week a year, they don’t have to think about any of that. They can simply show up at Camp Korey, have fun, and be kids again.

So, you want to come along with me on my marathon journey?

Let me show you this awesome race shirt that I’m going to wear at the event. And I’m hoping you join the journey, sponsor my race, and get on my back.

This is the front of the race shirt. GoDaddy has graciously joined as the lead sponsor, so their logo is front and center. Since this is the 50th anniversary of the New York City Marathon, this is the anniversary logo design.

On the right shoulder is the logo of the New York City Marathon.

On the left shoulder is the logo of Camp Korey.

On the back is where all the awesome companies of the domain name industry are located. GoDaddy is, again, at the top. Then we have Brannans.com, Embrace.com, Dan.com, MediaCode, Buckley Media, Forever Domains, AfterThought, MediaX.com, Efty, Domain Name Wire, Dynadot, Turn Commerce, Marijuana Market, Sedo, ODYS and BrandBucket.

And, you’ll notice we have sponsorship positions for up to four more sponsors to join the journey!

In honor of a $500 corporate sponsorship, I will highlight your company logo on my race shirt, on the DNAcademy blog, and promote the event on Domaining.com, in social media, in our email newsletter, and via word-of-mouth to the domain name investing community.

If a corporate donation is not possible, a personal donation of any amount is greatly appreciated and both corporate and personal donations will be acknowledged on a DNAcademy blog post that I promote broadly.

You’ll notice a couple of pictures on the bottom of my race shirt. Those are some of my friends who donated $500 or more and so I told them I’d put their faces on my shirt. They’re coming on the journey too! And you can do it too if you don’t have a company but want to make a personal donation of $500 or more.

I know there are a lot of worthwhile causes out there and many of us have our favorites. But if you are looking to make a one-time donation to a very worthwhile cause that’s been vetted by me, please consider making a donation of any amount to Camp Korey. It’s greatly appreciated, and thanks for your consideration.

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