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Feb 9, 2011:

Partnering with RPB

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We are proud to announce a partnership with Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) in our campaign to raise awareness!

Founded in 1960 by Dr. Jules Stein, an ophthamologist, RPB has an impressive history of funding eye research. RPB also spearheaded a movement that created the National Eye Institute (NEI) within the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

We wanted to partner with a non-profit organization whose main goal was to prevent blindness and restore vision loss. And RPB was just that. We'll be working with RPB over the next couple of months to develop plans for raising awareness. And when we start our journey in 2012, we'll be proud to fly an RPB banner along with Two Blind to Ride.

For more information about RPB , click here to download its 2009 Annual Report (PDF).

Two Blind to Ride featured on RPB's website. Click here to view.

Image is RPB's logo.  It's black and white.  On the right side, the words Research to Prevent Blindness in black font.  On left, an image of the letters R, P, B where the P is in white with a black circle around it, representing the pupil.  Then there's a black outline around the R, P, and B like an eye.
Let's prevent blindness!

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