Brady Wein is a six year old kid with super pinchable cheeks, the spark that started a national youth lacrosse program and born with an ability to overcome any obstacle. Diagnosed with leukemia at three months old, Brady was not expected to live past the age of two. Four years later he's the captain of a lacrosse team with his heart set on becoming a professional lacrosse player when he grows up. Brady’s dad created “Brady’s Bunch”, a boys’ lacrosse program, as a means to celebrate his son’s tenacity and support young men through life. “You Get Out What You Put In.”


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    David Felton

    A genuinely inspirational and heartwarming story.

    However I fail to see the link to... beef jerky. I hope this doesn't make me sound like too much of an asshole. Maybe this makes sense in the wider context of the campaign, but as a single piece of communication - not so much. Yeah, so my question is what's the link between a four year old boy who is successfully fighting leukaemia and a dried meat snack.

    May 20, 2015

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