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'The Matt Duffin Show' - TBI & Racing: A "Breathless Performance"

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TMDS, BIRN, TBI Survivors Network, Race4Time, The Brain Injury Association of America, The Brain Injury Association of Indiana, Breathless Performance Racing, John Mills Racing, 'Over The Wall' host Jean Kinser Dana, Dr. Kevin Butterfield, Ernie Francis, "the remarkable" Ernie Ty Francis Jr (Trans Am Champ now, and future NASCAR Champion - I called it) have united to 'form' an auto racing 'team' to promote Brain Injury Awareness (I'll slide Recovery in, eventually...).

TOO COOL, and so needed.  The intent is to provide information, discuss TBI with fellow Survivors who literally "banged their head against a wall", bring our everyday Brain Injury Family to the race tracks, meet the drivers and be guests, promote 'Guest Passes' to events for donors, and, well, much much MUCH more.  BI Awareness where it needs to be - Racing, of the most popular sports world wide.  The NFL can avoid the serious condition with a marketing 'ploy' all they want, but Racin' is the true 'game' across International Date Lines.

Join me tonight, and of course Sam Way, as we sit down with the Francis's and discuss racing, BI's and the future of Awareness.  Doc and Jean are expected to join in, and share a lot of good news.  Have I mentioned South Africa?  Gina Gee is literally prancing around the Cape, awaiting a Skype call in tonight.  Me too.  She's an Angel of Hope, Mercy and Life.  Not as is, but as will be.  Uh, my staff of "one" currently has been a bit over worked this week.  It's Water Ski time for RHI Sports this week approaching, as is time with Dr. Dawn Neumann and the new IU Interface Program of Imagining Research.  Plus, its Father's Day, and Pop and I always go to a baseball game if possible.

So, take me out to the ballgame, and bring me back in time for Racin' tonight.  

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