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Richard Horvath of TheeDigital Joins the Fight Against Cancer

TheeDigital owner and president, Richard Horvath, is proud to be a part of Real Men Wear Pink of Central & Eastern NC.

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According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 325,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2020. It’s the most common type of cancer, and while women make up the majority of the diagnoses, it affects both men and women. But, that doesn’t mean we need to accept these numbers, and that’s why TheeDigital is joining the fight! 

Real Men Wear Pink

TheeDigital owner and president, Richard Horvath, is proud to be a part of Real Men Wear Pink of Central & Eastern NC. Founded by men who are dedicated to fighting breast cancer, RMWP is made up of community leaders who work to raise money for the American Cancer Society to help end breast cancer. Each year, the ACS saves thousands of lives by providing early detection and prevention services, funding for research, and patient support, and RMWP of Central & Eastern NC has raised over $500,000 for them in just four years. 

So, how does it work? 

Men from a wide array of backgrounds, including business owners, media professionals, and healthcare providers, are nominated (or nominate themselves) to join the drive. Past RMWP candidates often nominate new leaders in order to grow the drive and maximize the amount raised. Each man involved has a minimum goal of $2,500, but of course, there’s no limit on how much can be raised, and there’s even a bit of healthy competition among the community leaders involved to see who can raise the most.

A Note from TheeDigital President, Richard Horvath: 

Why I Wear Pink

Breast cancer affects everyone – it doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman. That’s why I’m stepping up to fight breast cancer with all I have. Since I’m in a position to make a difference within my community, I believe I have an obligation to do so. By raising money and awareness through Real Men Wear Pink, I’m helping to save more lives from breast cancer.

Why I Support the American Cancer Society

Every day, the American Cancer Society is saving more lives from breast cancer than ever before. They’re helping people take steps to reduce their risk of breast cancer or find it early, when it’s easier to treat. They provide free information and services when and where people need it. They fund groundbreaking breast cancer research, and they’re working to ensure access to mammograms for women who need them.

Donate to Richard’s Real Men Wear Pink page here. 

Why I Support the American Cancer Society

Consultants vs. Cancer – Growing Businesses & Fighting Breast Cancer

In addition to direct donations, he, along with three others in the Real Men Wear Pink of Central & Eastern NC, formed Consultants vs. Cancer. They are volunteering their time, skill, and expertise in order to raise money that will go to the RMWP. In addition to Richard bringing online lead generation, digital marketing, and web design skills to help grow your business, you can also connect with: 

  • David Evert – is a channel and partner executive in the IT industry and offers joint marketing planning and execution, alliance management, and strategy services. 
  • Jay Hosfelt – Lead Animator of Special Projects at Epic Games, he specializes in animation and video game production; 
  • Dr. William Putsis – A professor of marketing, economics, and business strategy at UNC-Chapel Hill and a faculty fellow for executive programs at Yale University, he specializes in business strategy and future planning for all types of organizations;

ADA Monitoring to Raise Money for Cancer Research

Another way TheeDigital is helping to fund cancer research is through our new ADA Website Compliance Monitoring Service. Websites are required to follow the Americans with Disabilities Act to ensure that people with disabilities can still access information. We now offer fully automated website monitoring that offers the following benefits:

  • Helping those with disabilities take full advantage of websites they visit;
  • Maximize your business revenue by appealing and reaching more customers;
  • Avoiding legal issues related to ADA compliance;

All of our profits from this service are donated to the American Cancer Society and right now, you can save 30% on monitoring using our coupon code: TheeFundraiser

Join Richard Horvath in the Fight Against Breast Cancer 

Since 2004, Richard and TheeDigital have been dedicated to helping our clients increase visibility and revenue through modern web design and dynamic digital marketing strategies. We also believe in giving back to our community and putting our abilities to good use. If you’d like to learn more about how you can help end breast cancer while getting the services and tools you need to grow your business, reach out to us today at 919-341-8901

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