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Footsteps For The Fallen announces, “24 Hour Treadmill Run & Virtual Run” Sept 30 – Oct 1, 2016 to raise awareness for Texas Firefighters & EMS First Responders who have fallen in the line of duty, and to help raise funds for the scholarship program, for the children of Texas Firefighters & EMS First Responders.
Tony Constanzo, founder of Footsteps For The Fallen and 32 year veteran firefighter, recently announced he will be performing a superhuman feat of running 24 Hours on a treadmill in 46lbs of full firefighting gear, to raise awareness and funds for the scholarship program. Footsteps For The Fallen honors the memory of Fallen Texas Firefighters & EMS First Responders by awarding scholarships to the children of Texas Firefighters & EMS First Responders.
There are few jobs that require the courage and selfless dedication to helping others as being a Firefighter or EMS First Responder. Few know this better than Tony Constanzo, a 32 year veteran firefighter and founder of Footsteps For The Fallen. Footsteps For The Fallen is a non-profit organization that honors the memory of Texas Firefighters & EMS First Responders who lost their lives on duty by helping the children of Texas Firefighters & EMS First Responders with scholarships. Recently, Constanzo announced he will be running 24 Hour on a treadmill in 46lbs of full firefighting gear, starting a 12 noon on Sept 30, ending at 12 noon on Oct 1, 2016, to raise awareness of our Fallen Texas Firefighters & EMS First Responders and help raise funds for the organization, in honor of every Texas Firefighter & EMS First Responder who ever made the ultimate sacrifice helping to keep people safe. This event will take place at the City of La Porte’s Fitness Center, 1322 South Broadway, La Porte, Texas, 77571.
“This run is to honor all Fallen Texas Firefighters & EMS First Responders that answered the call knowing they could be giving it all, and did,” commented Constanzo about the coming run. “Endurance running is one of my passions and it's an honor to be able to leverage my passion for running and testing myself for such an important cause. Wearing my gear, that is something every firefighter can understand just how hot and heavy it is.”
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