Robert Shumake Seeks Volunteers to Help with the 5th Annual Scholarship Relays Event

Southfield, MI (PressExposure) April 20, 2009 -- Robert Shumake, founder of the Shumake Scholarship Relays, attributes some of his many business achievements to the positive experiences he’s had as a member of Detroit’s Edwin Denby High School’s track team. As an athlete, Robert saw the big picture and was able to transfer critical life skills from track and field to his real life situations. He learned discipline, dedication, perseverance and teamwork. The Robert Shumake Foundation is gearing up for the 5th annual Shumake Scholarship Relays which will be held in Detroit on April 25, 2009. Robert said, “Track and field kept me out of trouble as it taught me the discipline to focus on being the best I could be. Now I’m giving back to the community by helping today’s young people achieve their dreams.” Robert Shumake is looking for volunteers to help with the event. “We are still in need of donations as well,” said Shumake. “It’s not too late to accept donations or sponsorships. We will also accept items for auction. The Shumake Relays is a 501 c3 organization; donations are tax deductable.” People who wish to make a donation can contact Ms. Robinson at 313-887-0090 or email Visit the Shumake Relays website to learn more [] Contact: Robert Shumake Inheritance Capital Group, Inc 25900 West 11 Mile Road Southfield, MI 48034 Phone: 248-443-0939 Email: 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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