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Five dollar tips for Jack Kunnen
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  • $ 1,000.00 Goal
  • $ 1,002.09 Raised
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  • $ 1,002.09 was raised by 53 people

       
About This Cause

The cycling community in Michigan knows Jack Kunnen well. Jack is a retired veteren that travels to almost every bike race around. While Jack sells his photos online we all know it does not make ends meet. Heck, many times he gives his photos away for free and most of us just glance at the awesome photos without a purchase.

Please make a donation today. If everyone I reach via email donates $5 we can easily make $1000 in a hurry. Please feel free to donate more of course.

You can use Paypal to pay with a credit card or from your Paypal funds. You do not need a Paypal account to donate!

Our goal is $1000.00 and you can certainly trust me to forward the proceeds to him. Also, please share this link with friends I may have missed but don't let Jack know what we are up to! (don't click the Like button for Facebook)

Click here to help this cause go viral now!
CREATED BY:

Rick Plite

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Kisscross, Barry-Roubaix and Lumberjack 100 race promoter
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Comments & Donations
$ 1,002.09 was raised by 53 people
  • $20
    Jake Biernacki

    2013-09-13

    Thanks for all the great memories Jack.
  • $10.59
    Bryan Coleman

    2013-09-12

    Thanks for all the great pictures Jack. It's always great to see them after an event.
  • $51.75
    Mike & Karen Brower

    2013-09-10

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