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Daggett Shuler’s 10th Anniversary Kids for Kids Youth Triathlon

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (July 13, 2012) –  The 10th anniversary Kids for Kids Triathlon presented by Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law will be held on Saturday July 14 at Brookberry Farm in Winston-Salem.  This event has become a premiere event in the Triad and across North Carolina.  In addition, the event has donated over $65,000 to local Kids’ Charities over the past nine years.  The Kids for Kids Triathlon is a safe and fun event to help show kids the benefits of a healthy and active lifestyle, and to help others Kids in the community.  David Daggett, a veteran of over 160 triathlons including 21 Ironman finishes, serves as emcee and finish line announcer.  With a focus on youth, Daggett Shuler has worked with area high school students for the past 22 years through the Safe Sober Prom Night Program. The Safe Sober Prom Night community outreach program has reached over 400,000 local students since its inception.


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Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, principal office is based at 2140 Country Club Road, Winston-Salem, NC  27104.  The firm handles personal injury claims including serious injuries, automobile accidents, workers’ compensation and social security disability.  They have received national recognition for their Safe Sober Prom Night program.  www.SafeSober.com    www.DaggettShulerLaw.com


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