I am a college student, a amateur filmmaker, and a brother to a strong, phenomenal person dealing with Multiple Sclerosis. My sister was diagnosed with MS almost a year ago at the tender age of 20. Since being diagnosed, her and I have grown a lot closer and our sibling bond even stronger. As an aspiring filmmaker, I wanted to use my craft to help raise awareness to this incurable, neurological disease that affects millions of people worldwide, like my sister.
My friends and I banded together to create an experience to Rob Base's 1988 mash hit, "It Takes Two," shot right here in Pensacola. The video, "Dance Away MS," is to entertain the public to donate to the National MS Society to help find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Also, I hope that the video will reach every single person impacted by Multiple Sclerosis to give them hope that there will be a cure for this possibly crippling disease.
I was wondering, if you could post this video on your Facebook page, Twitter account, or any other means of promoting it, so it will be able to reach as many people as it can to help spread awareness.
Thank you so much for your time. It's for a great cause, so every little bit helps,
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Cir & Akrista
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