Since 2012, TACO Metals has been a proud supporter of the I’M LOGAN IT Foundation – created in memory of Logan Kushner, to honor and preserve his unique spirit and passion for life. The Foundation’s mission is to inspire good self-esteem in youth through acts of kindness, while also providing support to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and college scholarships for deserving youth. Over the past six years, the Foundation has raised nearly $300,000 – with all the money received going to charity.
On Dec. 30, the Foundation is hosting its 6th annual Flag Football Fundraiser. Team registration for this all-day event is open now through Dec. 23. It will again take place at the Joe DiMaggio Sports Complex in Clearwater, Florida, and is a day of “fun, friendship and football” for everyone. Come out and enjoy a half-time barbecue, music, raffle and silent auction.
Last year’s tournament saw a record 40 teams and more than 300 individuals, ages 15 and older, participate. For more information about the I’M LOGAN IT Foundation and the Flag Football Fundraiser, please visit imloganit.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
From all of us at TACO Marine, thank you for supporting the Project Boat Raffle Fundraiser during the Tampa Boat Show! Many attendees not only bought raffle tickets but got to see and explore Project Boat in-person and learn about the I’M LOGAN IT Foundation.
I’M LOGAN IT was created in memory of Logan Matthew Kushner, who passed away in 2012. The Foundation aims to help young people establish healthier self-esteem through acts of kindness and mentorship – values by which Logan lived.
I’M LOGAN IT was created in memory of Logan Matthew Kushner, who passed away in 2012. Logan left behind a legacy dedicated to education, team sports and helping others. Logan never knew a stranger. His most important qualities were caring about people and positively impacting the lives of others. His smiles, hugs and enthusiasm for life were genuine.
Logan also enjoyed being involved in the JDRF, where he parked cars in a full tuxedo during an annual gala to support a close family friendship. The Foundation’s goal is to remind us to always give 150 percent effort in everything we do and to always be there to lend a hand to those in need.
Since launching Project Boat, Ship Shape TV documented the boat’s transformation in a 29-part Web series seen across the country. Viewers can experience everything from stripping the boat bare to installing the helm, seating, hard top and so much more.
What makes Project Boat unique is the fact that it’s a fully remodeled, one-of-a-kind, completely customized Pursuit 2650 with the latest, most-advanced products on the market today. This is a once-in-a-lifetime boat you won’t find anywhere else, and 100 percent of the proceeds are given to charity.