The results are now official; IBD Adventures Great Wall of China Team 2013 has now been officially named the coolest IBD Trekkers for charity on the internet to raise awareness for people living with an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) IBD
Results of a recent survey in which Google+ members and FaceBook Followers were asked to name the Coolest Trekkers on the internet to raise awareness for people living with an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), help with education and awareness yielded a very predictable result, internet marketing advocate Robert Hill, his well-known IBD Adventures Website and his IBD Adventures Great Wall of China Trekkers were selected more than any other recognized name on the internet for Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness.
April 25th, 2013 Vancouver, British Columbia – Rob Hill’s IBD Adventures Great Wall of China Trekkers 2013 is now officially the “Coolest Guys and Girls” on the internet to raise awareness for people living with an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
Results of a recent survey in which Google+ members, Facebook followers were asked to name the Coolest Guys and Girls on the net for their support for Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society yielded what some would say was a very predictable result, well-known local Seven Summits climber, Rob Hill.
When asked about the survey results, and the honor in which it carries, Rob responded in his normal snarky fashion I have never worried about trying to be the “Cool Guy”, much less “The Coolest Guy” out there, in fact, I’ve often been told I am quite warm and fuzzy…especially after forgetting to shave for a couple of days.
“I just do what comes naturally to me, which includes thinking outside of the box, stating my opinion even if it is a bit controversial, and living how I believe is the best way for my family and I.”
“Was it a surprise I was chosen as one of the Coolest Guys to raise awareness for people living with an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)? Yes it was for me.”
My online Followers will attest to my no nonsense nature when it comes to marketing aggressively for Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society. My outside of the box style is a real value that I bring to every single one of my private clients and students. By creating unique, interesting and unforgettable marketing campaigns that are different than those offered by everyone else in the Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness, if that makes me “Cool” then I am quite comfortable with that.”
IBD Adventures and No Guts Know Glory grew from Rob’s love of sports, adventure and the outdoors. By taking it to the extreme, and on a global basis, Rob hopes to show folk everywhere that having Crohn’s Disease or having an ostomy, like Rob does, shouldn’t stop you from leading a full life. You may not be able to climb mountains, but there are so many other things you can do, Rob was selected more than any other recognized name in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Rob started the Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society (IDEAS), and IBD Adventures is an IDEAS awareness and fundraising program based in Vancouver, British Columbia to raise awareness for people living with an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
Just three year ago, Rob stood on top of Mount Everest’s South Summit and became the first person living with an ostomy, the result of Crohn’s Disease, to reach the highest peak on each of the seven continents, and has spoken on numerous stages across the country on the subject of Intestinal Disease Education, alongside his climbs and through local patient and professional organizations. Rob’s No Guts Know Glory campaign is to raise awareness of intestinal disease.
Meet the 2013 IBD Adventures Great Wall of China
Robert Hill is the inspiration behind the No Guts Know Glory 7 Summits campaign.
Jenn Stosberg is very excited to have the opportunity to go on this Great Wall trek with IBD Adventures
Phil Wu With his love for outdoor adventure, Phil took his support of IBD Adventures.
Norman Hill Born in Vancouver at VGH, but grew up as a Service Brat, following my Father a Fighter Pilot in the RCAF across Canada, I guess his sense of adventure got passed down from generation to generation.
Tinna Ezekiel had her first colostomy at 1 day old due to V.A.T.E.R. syndrome.
Marc LeLacheur was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease a week before his 17th birthday.
Julie Singer At age 14, she was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease
Michele Hepburn thrilled to have the opportunity to participate in another IBD Adventures trek to raise awareness for people living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
Shelly O’Brien It is a welcome opportunity to help raise awareness and funds that will help support education and solutions for those who live with intestinal disease
Cathy Benn Cathy is connected to the IBD world through her husband, David, who has colitis and is the Treasurer of the 3C Foundation of Canada
You may also connect with him on the various social networking sites listed below:
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/weneedideas
Twitter – https://twitter.com/weneedideas
YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/weneedideas
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