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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Anointed Touch Celebrates One-Year Anniversary by Giving Back


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Tiffany Maple, owner and sole proprietor of Anointed Touch Massage (located in the Highland Building on North Fort Thomas Avenue), is celebrating her one-year anniversary of successful business ownership.  As a way to celebrate, she is partnering with her friend, Chris Kubik (of MayWeHelp.org, an organization of volunteers that engineer mobility solutions for those impacted by paralysis, loss of limbs, or other ailments stalling their mobility) who is attempting to raise $10,000 this summer to cover the costs of a group-climb of Mt. Kilimanjaro to a height of 20,000 feet.

However, this group is not just any group but features Katie, a woman who was in an accident and was paralyzed for a month and who is attempting to raise even more money to fund additional projects at MayWeHelp.org. 

To assist her friend and give back to charity, Maple is donating a free massage to the first ten people who donate $200 or more to this project.  Donations can be made through CrowdRise (an online donation platform) at the link here.  To hear more about the project, go to www.maywehelp.org or watch Kubik’s YouTube video here.

In addition to her charitable donations, Maple will also be offering $5 off any massage when a client refers a new client (up to 25% off an hour massage).  For more information, visit her website at http://anointed-touch-massage.com.

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