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VIDEO | Get inspired by Pete Rettler’s 25 Runs of Gratitude for the United Way of Washington County

Dec. 7, 2018 – West Bend, WI – United Way of Washington County Board President, Pete Rettler, will be reach­ing the milestone of 25 consecutive years of running, every single day, on Dec. 31, 2018.

 

In gratitude for his good health, Rettler will be celebrating by running each day, Dec. 6 – Dec. 30, to raise money and awareness about non-profit programs supported by the United Way of Washington County.

 

Pete Rettler 25 runs for United Way

Each run will feature a different non-profit program in Washington County funded by United Way.  Rettler will be running with representatives from the programs and blogging on the WashingtonCountyInsider.com about what he learns during each run.

 

Kraig and Jo Sadownikow were the charter sponsors of Rettler’s first run. “Choosing to support Pete was easy,” said Kraig. “The United Way of Washington County is fantastic because it’s one organization that can take care of dozens and dozens of people. If you feel like giving, give to the United Way because they will use those dollars judiciously throughout the entire county.”

 

Rettler’s goal is to find sponsors to help him raise $25,000 with his 25 runs.

United Way 25 Runs of Gratitude

 

To learn more about how you can get involved and sponsor a run, please visit www.unitedwayofwashingtoncounty.org/25runs.

United Way 25 Runs of Gratitude

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