Scholarship Relays in Detroit Seeks Donations and Sponsors to Help Young People with College

Southfield, MI (PressExposure) April 21, 2009 -- Track and field teams from high schools all over the world will come to compete in Detroit for the 5th Annual Robert S. Shumake Scholarship Relays on April 25, 2009. Success depends on consumer participation; Robert Shumake said, “We are still in need of donations; every little bit helps; we will be very thankful for all donations; big and small. The Shumake Relays is a 501 c3 organization; donations are tax deductible.” Robert Shumake is a former Detroit all-city track star and founder of the Shumake Scholarship Relays. Robert Shumake, former Detroit Track and Field star said, “Track and field helped me focus on being the best; now I am giving back to the community by helping other teens compete for scholarships.” Previous Robert Shumake Relays have received media coverage from NBC, CBS and ABC. Being the largest independently sponsored HS track meet in Michigan, they have received strong political and community support from political leaders in Detroit and Pontiac. Shumake has long been committed to helping the youth obtain their dreams. This unique track and field meet not only awards the winners with medals and trophies but also provides college scholarships to qualified participants. The Shumake Scholarship Relays [http://www.shumakerelays.com] is also looking for sponsorships and items for auction. They will gladly accept cash, check or credit card donations; corporate or personal. People wishing to make a donation can contact Ms. Robinson at 313-887-0090 or email araconsultants@gmail.com

Contact: Robert Shumake Inheritance Capital Group, Inc 25900 West 11 Mile Road Southfield, MI 48034 Phone: 248-443-0939 Email: nmccalister@icgreit.com

This press release was submitted by Right Now Marketing Group, LLC

About Inheritance Capital Group, LLC

Robert Shumake’s mission is to inform the public about


mortgage fraud and real estate scams


and to provide tips on how to avoid being a victim.


“Sometimes people will commit identity theft to obtain a


housing loan, sell someone else’s house or take over


someone else’s property,” says Shumake. “It is my goal to


inform the public on how to protect themselves from


being victims of this crime.”

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Press Release Submitted On: April 20, 2009 at 3:22 am
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