AHA Highlights Impact2020 Sponsors in Forbes’ Centennial Issue

The Centennial Issue of Forbes Magazine, which hits stands 9.28.17, features a full-page list of sponsors that have committed to the mission of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Mid-Atlantic Affiliate through the year 2020.  Highlighting these sponsors in this unique way is a small token of appreciation for their generous investment in our mission for multiple years at a significant level, helping us to reduce deaths from cardiovascular diseases by 20% while improving the health of EVERY American by 20%.

“This issue of Forbes will reach almost 340,000 influential business leaders and donors in the Mid-Atlantic region.  It allows us to recognize many key donors and sponsors who support AHA’s goal of helping all Americans achieve their dreams for a longer, healthier life.”  – Jeremy Beauchamp, Executive Vice President of the AHA’s Mid-Atlantic Affiliate

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Thank you to these sponsors for committing through year 2020: (Listed alphabetically)

  • Albemarle Foundation: Life is Why Sponsor – Charlotte, NC
  • Accenture: Heart Ball Signature Sponsor – Triangle, NC
  • Advance Auto Parts: Healthy For Good Sponsor – Triangle, NC
  • Bon Secours Virginia: Life is Why Sponsor – Richmond, VA
  • Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center: Life is Why Sponsor – Upstate, SC
  • Duke Heart: Healthy For Good Sponsor – Triangle, NC
  • John and Jane Lewis: Cor Vitae Society – Triangle, NC
  • Life Bridge Health: Life is Why Sponsor – Greater Maryland Region
  • Medcost: Healthy For Good Sponsor – Winston-Salem, NC
  • MUSC Health: Life is Why Sponsor – Charleston, SC
  • Newport News Shipbuilding: Heart Walk Signature Sponsor – Hampton Roads, VA
  • Protect Plus Companies: Life is Why Sponsor – Catawba County, NC
  • UNC Rex Healthcare: Heart Ball Legacy Sponsor – Triangle, NC
  • Wake Forest Baptist Health: Healthy For Good Sponsor – Winston Salem, NC

Reach out to us, if you would like to learn how you or your company can support the American Heart Association.

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