NJCTS announces Asurion as Platinum Sponsor for 3rd annual Youth Advocate 5K Family Run/Walk

The New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) is proud to announce Asurion as a sponsor for the 3rd annual Youth Advocate 5K Family Run/Walk on Saturday, November 3, at Borough Park in Mendham. Asurion, the global leader in providing consumer technology protection services across three continents, is the Platinum Sponsor  – donating $2,000 toward the event, the proceeds from which will enhance and strengthen the statewide education outreach and peer advocacy programs of NJCTS.

Asurion offers technical support to help customers derive optimum benefit from the usage of electronics; mobile security to help ensure content privacy; and rapid replacement of lost, stolen, damaged or malfunctioning device – all in an effort to provide consumers complete peace of mind.

“We’re proud to support the work of NJCTS and their upcoming Youth Advocate 5K Run/Walk for kids with neurological disorders,” Asurion President Cindy Christy said. “The services provided by NJCTS for children and families are really making a difference in New Jersey.”

The goal of the Youth Advocate 5K is to provide a day dedicated toward awareness, acceptance, action and advocacy on behalf of the children and families affected by Tourette Syndrome, ADHD, OCD, anxiety disorders, Asperger’s Syndrome and other neurological disorders.

“Asurion’s generosity in support of New Jersey’s kids is greatly appreciated and will go a long way toward achieving the event’s goals,” NJCTS Executive Director Faith W. Rice said. “We are excited to partner with Asurion, which is dedicated toward walking the walk and standing up to help kids with neurological disorders.”

The event will feature the 5K, followed by a family picnic, fun, music and entertainment. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., followed by warm-up at 9:30 and the walk at 10:00 sharp. More information is available by visiting www.njcts.org or by calling 908-575-7350.

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New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders, Inc.
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