Woodbury, MN, September 08, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Wade Hanson, along with 5 other members of the Minnesota Network, have joined forces to raise money for the Miracle League Field at Beilenberg Sports Center in Woodbury. The Miracle Field consists of a baseball/softball field with a rubber surface that allows kids in wheel chairs and walking devices to play ball. Currently these kids have to drive over 30 miles to play. The Woodbury Rotary club began fundraising efforts in 2007 to build this special field. They successfully raised $215,000, but $35,000 is still needed to complete the project.
About the Miracle League and the Fundraising Event
The Miracle League is a national organization that was founded in 1997. Presently there are 240 Miracle League Organizations across the country including Puerto Rico, Canada and Australia. The Miracle League is proud to serve over 200,000 children and young adults with disabilities.
The 2011 Miracle Field Fundraising Event will be held at the Bielenberg Sports Center from 1pm to 4pm on Sunday, September 11, 2011. There is no cost for admission, but donations are greatly appreciated and 100% of the proceeds will go to the remaining $35,000 of the $250,000 needed to build the Jeff Hanson Miracle League Field as part of the Bielenberg Sports Complex. The Miracle Field is the only field of its kind located in the East Metro area. A specially designed rubber turf field allows athletes with mental and/or physical challenges to play baseball. The Miracle League makes dreams come true for athletes with special needs.
Live music from local artist and NBC’s “The Voice” contestant, Tim Mahoney. Other activities include:
Open Field House
Food & Beverages
About Wade Hanson
Hanson specializes in luxury real estate properties. As one of the top realtors in Minnesota, he also puts his business acumen and executive experience to work by helping others achieve the mindset and the practical action steps needed to succeed in a post-recession economy. His early success story was key in being chosen as a contestant on Season 10 of NBC’s The Apprentice – a reality TV series headed by real estate mogul and billionaire Donald Trump. Wade’s “no excuses” attitude and conviction that you have to live with the choices you make drive his engaging, competitive attitude.
A popular speaker, coach and consultant, Wade’s success story gives him a natural affinity with Generation X and Y real estate agents as well as unique insight into how brokers can develop the next generation of top producers. The chairperson for the National Association of Realtor’s Young Professionals Network, Wade is involved on several national real estate platforms and is a frequent speaker at national and regional conventions. He continues to actively sell real estate with a focus on luxury properties and is one of the few agents in the country who holds actual certification as a luxury property representative.
Hanson is actively involved in local and national charities with a primary focus on the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Learn more about Wade Hanson: http://wadehanson.com/