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YP Fayette and Chamber team raise over $4,100 for Relay for Life

The Young Professionals of Fayette County (YP Fayette) and the Fayette Chamber formed a team at the 2010 Relay for Life, which benefits The American Cancer Society. The team raised $4,139 with online donations and through fundraisers at the event. Their site was transformed into the “Powder Puff Parlor,” with two massage therapists, a professional makeup artist, and a Beauty Control consultant doing hand treatments. They also sold pink lemonade, and had a drawing for a Wii and Wii Fit bundle, a gorgeous gift basket donated by Flying Change, and an Atlanta Falcons hat signed by Jamal Anderson.

Also, Operation Boot Camp held a fundraiser to benefit the team and raised over $500. Overall, the event had over 1,800 participants and has raised $390,000 to date.

“We are honored to be part of such an amazing event and can’t wait for next year!”, said YP Fayette’s President and the team’s captain, Amanda Fields.

YP Fayette is a professional networking and social organization for young professionals ages 21 through 39 who live and/or work in Fayette County and is a division of the Fayette Chamber. They will have a Speaker-N-A Latte at the Old Fayette County Courthouse on May 26 at 8:30 a.m. The fee is $5 for members and $10 for non-members. For more information on the group, visit www.ypfayette.com and for more information on the Fayette Chamber, visit www.fayettechamber.org.

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